Applicants must propose a study that will focus on either sustainable water and energy use, pest management and fertilizer practices, or overall ecological health.
A new study published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse has found that rates of home cultivation are highest in states that permit recreational home cultivation, though the presence of physical cannabis retail stores showed some conflicting associations with home cultivation rates.
Analytical Cannabis recently caught up with the minds behind Cannatrol to learn more about cannabis drying and the company's innovative approach to curing.
While cannabis yields did increase proportionately with light intensity in the experiment, the researchers determined that UV radiation had no significant effect on either cannabis yield or total cannabinoid content.
Heavy metals expert Robert Thomas explores how stainless steel equipment could pose a contamination risk in cannabis operations.
This article explores the importance of calcium and how to spot calcium deficiency in cannabis plants. Analytical Cannabis also offers tips to help prevent and treat the problem.
Cannabis crops in California may be at a higher risk of damage from wildfire than other crops, according to a new study from scientists at the University of California Berkeley.