Cannabis Producer

Pe095 The Science of Growing Organic Cannabis

Our guest, Jeff Lowenfels, has the longest running garden column in North America, having never missed a week in 41 years! Is white ash = quality a myth? Will autoflowering cannabis be the future for home growers and/ or commercial operations? What is the soil food web? Why should we care about organic growing practices? We discuss all those items and more!

Pe093 Cannabis for the Conscious Consumer

Another episode in our series focused on cannabis flower. What are viable farm models in an over-saturated market? How do we define flower quality? How can consumers discover the cultivation practices that farmers are using? What practices are important? Regenerative? Living soil? Sustainable? We discuss those items and more with our guest Jesse Long, Sales Director of Green Source Gardens.

Pe091 Why Strain Names might not Matter

Another episode focused on cannabis flower and growing. Discover why and when a strain name might not be reliable. Learn about different cultivation practices and how the plant’s development is not only affected by the cannabis genetics, but also by the epigenetics. Our guest today is Jeffrey Tambor, COO of Kind Roots.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Kind Roots is scaling and has possible job openings, discussed in episode.

Pe090 How to Buy & Sell Cannabis Flower

How does a dispensary buyer select a quality farm and flower? How can craft farms market and sell their flower better? How should budtenders sell flower to consumers? We answer these questions and more with our guest, Cedar Hughes-Blades, a cannabis buyer with multiple years of experience in the Oregon rec and medical market.

Sell Sheet for Cannabis Buyers & Budtenders

E068 Growing Canadian Cannabis with Fish

This episode focuses on scaling a cannabis business in Canada, growing with aquaponics and future predictions on water rights and sustainability with Warren Bravo, CEO of Green Relief, a Canadian Licensed Producer. We also discuss how Warren tested his business model before jumping all in and what it takes to survive and thrive in the Canadian cannabis industry.

HIRING: Warren and his team are looking to grow from 65 to 250 team members by the end of 2019, they are hiring from entry level to PhD Chemist, discussed in episode.