Year: 2020

Banker Plants – 2019 Research Project

Explosive Ember Peppers Intercropped with Cannabis
explosive ember pepper plants
EXPLOSIVE EMBER PEPPER PLANTS

In 2019, the Cannabis Horticultural Association (CHA) embarked on a small research project with Matthew Gates to investigate the use of explosive ember pepper plants in banker plant systems for cannabis. The link to the research information as well a tips on growing and purchasing the peppers is here: EXPLOSIVE EMBER PEPPER PLANTS

Do Not Buy Ladybugs For Your Garden

Do Not Buy Ladybugs For Your Garden

Tad Hussey, owner of KIS Organics and host of the Cannabis Cultivation and Science Podcast, speakes with Dr. J.P. Michaud, an insect ecologist specializing in biological control and other aspects of crop protection entomology.

Dr. Michaud has been studying ladybugs and their ecology for decades. We know that ladybugs are amazing insects and wonderful aphid predators. However, as Dr. Michaud explains on the podcast, there are a ton of reasons why you should never buy them and why they shouldn’t even be legal to sell.

Cannabis Microbiome and the Role of Endophytes in Modulating the Production of Secondary Metabolites: An Overview

Meysam Taghinasab and Suha Jabaji *
Plant Science Department, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, MacDonald Campus of McGill University, QC H9X 3V9, Canada; Received: 13 January 2020; Accepted: 28 February 2020; Published: 2 March 2020

This is a very interesting article examines cannabis microbiota studies and the effects of endophytes on the elicitation of secondary metabolite production in cannabis plants. The review aims to shed light on the importance of the cannabis microbiome and how cannabinoid compound concentrations can be stimulated through symbiotic and/or mutualistic relationships with endophytes.

Pathogens and Molds Affecting Production and Quality of Cannabis sativa L.

Original Research ARTICLE Front. Plant Sci., 17 October 2019 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2019.01120

This is a very interesting research article that covers the different pathogens affecting both the root and shoot growth of Cannabis sativa L. Inoculation experiments were conducted on developing buds and the roots of Cannabis sativa to determine the extent of disease development caused by pathogenic fungi. LINK BELOW

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpls.2019.01120/full

Have you had an experience with a pathogenic fungi or bacteria? Let us know about your experience in the comments below.

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