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Thu
16
Sep

The Lift & Co. Expo is back helping Canada build responsible, prosperous cannabis and psychedelics businesses

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The Lift & Co. Expo Toronto, November 18-21, 2021, being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, is much more than a tradeshow that accelerates cannabis and psychedelics brands. It is an educational conference series that offers delegates the opportunity to choose the professional learning that suit them best.Whether it is the Lift Cannabis Business Conference, Nov. 18, Lift & Co. Expo’s Industry Day or Consumer Days, Nov. 19-21, or the new Lift Psychedelics Business Summit, Nov. 19, these events are where Canada’s cannabis and psychedelics professionals come to elevate their business strategy, refresh their perspectives, renew their energy, and collaborate with their peers.

Thu
16
Sep

Niagara College Obtains Health Canada Licence To Cultivate Industrial Hemp

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Niagara College's Commercial Cannabis Production program now has a licence from Health Canada to cultivate industrial hemp.

Students will be studying plant genetics, seeding and germination, flower identification, harvesting, and drying hemp.

Dean of Business, Tourism and Environment Alan Unwin says,  "The uses and the industries for the hemp plant and the cannabis plant are quite different so this will help them when they graduate. It's staying on top of things that we're seeing in the industry."

Production is already underway after students grew a small field in the college's hop yard over the summer.

Fri
10
Sep

How a cannabis-focused AI platform helps growers predict yield

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FolioGrow isn’t a flip-of-the-switch solution—it takes time, standardized processes, and good data to build an AI model for cannabis cultivation.

Agtech, agritech, farmers with self-driving tractors—however you typically refer to it, the agricultural tech industry is expanding quickly. Worth an estimated $17.4 billion in 2019 by a Research and Markets report, it’s projected to more than double by 2027, surpassing $41 billion. 

Artificial intelligence is a key ingredient in the agtech boom. And, increasingly, it’s making its way into the $20+ billion cannabis market. 

Fri
16
Jul

Do You Know What GMP and cGMP Are? You Should.

Walking into a grocery store, do you question whether or not the meat at the deli is safe to eat or if the frozen meals were prepared in a clean environment? Chances are, you've probably never thought twice about it. But when stepping into a medical or recreational cannabis dispensary, you may be less confident about the safety of the products on the shelves.

Herein lies the difference between an established, well-regulated industry (food) and a brand new emerging industry with no federal regulation or guidance (cannabis).

Most consumers assume that products sold on grocery store shelves are safe. For good reason—the current regulations enforced by the FDA or the USDA on the food industry ensure the quality, safety, and efficacy of the products you purchase.

Fri
16
Jul

Making Delta-8 THC From CBD – How It’s Done

Delta-8 THC is a popular cannabis product which offers slightly different benefits from its half brother delta-9. Though delta-8 is a product of delta-9 in nature, it’s also quite possible to source delta-8 THC from CBD. Read on to find out how its done.

Thu
15
Jul

Study shows cannabis terpenes provide pain relief, contribute to ‘entourage effect’

Regarding the medicinal properties and therapeutic properties of Cannabis sativaThe unsolved mystery is whether there is a “encouragement effect” that relieves the pain of the whole plant more than any of its individual parts. A new study of the University of Arizona Health Sciences supports the theory of aide effects and is promising for pain treatments that require lower doses and lower doses of cannabis terpenes, which are part of the plant that provide flavor and aroma. We have found evidence to position it as a new target for side effects.

Thu
15
Jul

Hemp farming challenges projected to give way to growth

Eustis, Florida — 21 years oldst-Century greenhouse, for ancient crops. In the case of Glen Treadwell Treadwell farm, The crop is hemp.

“I like the idea that it can be done all year round,” he said. “It’s a plant that catches you.”

His family has been farming in Florida for over a century, but recently hemp has been added.

“It’s one of the hardest plants to grow,” he said. “You need to have the right process, and that’s what we had to learn, people taught us, and we treat it to others I’m trying to teach you the right way. “

Jamie Treadwell is Glenn’s daughter and a member of the next generation of treadwell farmers.

Thu
15
Jul

THC-O Potency – The Complex Process of Making THC-O Acetate

The question of how a cannabinoid is “made” does not come up very often. That’s because it’s usually pretty simple, they are “made” by the cannabis plant. However, there are a few compounds that are byproducts of phytocannabinoids and some other type of chemical catalyst… meaning they aren’t 100% naturally derived. THC-O Acetate falls under this category. So what is the actual THC-O potency and how exactly is this new and exciting cannabinoid created?
Thu
15
Jul

Mental Health Commission of Canada and partners invest $2 million towards researching mental health effects of cannabis use

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and its partners have announced the investment of $2 million toward targeted research on the mental health effects of cannabis use among diverse populations in Canada.

The joint investment will fund 18 research projects with a focus on subpopulations that are under-represented in current research.

Mon
12
Jul

Study Shows Growing Cannabis Uses Less Water than Previously Thought

A study from the University of California Berkeley Cannabis Research Center has determined that licensed cannabis cultivation operations use less water than previously thought. Researchers from the center began studying water use by cannabis growers in 2017, following the legalization of recreational marijuana in California the previous year.

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