Many hemp farmers in Oregon are growing something a bit stronger than advertised, according to a new report from state regulators.
With more states permitting cannabis cultivation every year, the need to curb marijuana’s aroma is ever-growing. But how can it be done? Analytical Cannabis spoke to Filtr Revolution to find out.
A new study has found that environmental factors have little effect on whether hemp exceeds its THC limits. Instead, the researchers say, hot hemp plants are a result of genetics.
Businesses on the island can now apply to cultivate cannabis for medical use.
The research, published last week in the journal Scientific Advances, used the whole-genome resequencing of 110 different hemp and drug-type cannabis strains from around the world to study their genetic roots.
A single new agency, the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC), will oversee the licensing and regulation of all legal cannabis businesses in the state.
Gary Hiller of Biotech Institute and Mark Lewis of Napro Research explore how the careful breeding of cannabis hybrids can lead to new varieties, rich in flavor.
Jim Moore, vice president of new product development at Prospiant, answers the top 10 most frequently asked questions about cannabis extraction.
A recent change at the DEA will be monumental for cannabis research, medical marijuana patients, and potentially the broader legal status of the plant itself, according to cultivators and industry experts.