How is cannabis best decontaminated? Well, while many businesses opt for some form of radiation, one Denver-based company believes oxygen, or its ozone form to be more precise, could become the go-to microbe killer for the cannabis industry.
To learn more about controlled environment agriculture, Analytical Cannabis spoke with Nadia Sabeh, the owner and founder of Dr Greenhouse, Inc.
In a win for hemp farmers, the final rule widens the margin of error for THC levels in hemp plants before a cultivator is declared criminally negligent. However, several high-profile sticking points remain, including some guidelines on sampling.
Indoor cannabis cultivation supposedly allows growers more control over their crops. But when their greenhouses extend for acres, how much control can they really have? Not enough, says the CEO of Agrify, the company leading the market of all-in-one, compact cannabis cultivation units.
Can a robot trim marijuana better than a human? One company thinks so. In this feature, Analytical Cannabis caught up with Jon Gowa, CEO of Bloom Automation, to find out just how a bot is trained to cut around bud.
The Jersey-based company has become the second cultivator in the British Isles to be licensed by the UK Home Office to grow pharmaceutical-grade cannabis for profit.
The long-awaited rule should improve the quantity, quality, and accessibility of cannabis for scientific researchers in the US.
The year unlike any other has challenged just about every sector of society, but cannabis businesses, research centers and reform groups have still managed to make impressive headway.
The company says it is the first commercial organization to successfully edit a cannabis plant’s genome.
Why does hemp have to be reported on a dry-weight basis? What are the essential hemp testing procedures? Analytical Cannabis discusses the details of the USDA's hemp testing framework.