The Cannabis Horticultural Association (CHA) has embarked on a mission to re-analyze the potential of dynamic accumulators. Dynamic accumulators is a term used in the permaculture and organic farming literature to indicate plants that gather certain minerals or nutrients from the soil and store them in a more bioavailable form and in high concentration in their tissues, then used as fertilizer or just to improve the mulch layer. The first to use the term dynamic accumulator in the above definition was probably Robert Kourik in his book Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape—Naturally (1986).Continue reading Dynamic Accumulators – Nettle Nutrient Analysis
Examining the efficacy for two classes of biocontrols on root aphids.
Intro & Overview
This study was conducted by the Cannabis Horticultural Association and examined the efficacy of two different classes of biocontrols for root aphids on cannabis.
- Predatory Nematodes- (Steinernema feltiae) & (Heterorhabditis bacteriophora)
- Myco-insecticide- Beauveria bassiana
The secret is in the dirt: What cannabis terroir is and how it works
David Heldreth is a Chief Science Officer of True Terpenes and also the founder and CEO of Panacea Plant Sciences, a biotechnology company developing a portfolio of cultivation and related IP and patents around the cannabis plant. He testified on behalf of True Terpenes at the historic FDA hearing on cannabis, CBD, CBG, CBC and terpenes in our food supply on May 31, 2019.
A background in engineering, biology and journalism drive Heldreth’s desire to develop new technology and inform the public. He was sought after by CHA because he’s an expert on the various laws that affect the way hemp and cannabis are regulated. Heldreth regularly brings his knowledge to the public to educate consumers, medical patients and government regulators on cannabis science and policy topics.Continue reading CHA Welcomes David Heldreth to the Advisory Board
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The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) has issued a notice of statewide detainment and stop sale and removal order for Triple Action Neem Oil Broad Spectrum Fungicide, Insecticide, Miticide manufactured by Southern Agriculture Insecticides, Inc. after finding the presence of three pesticide active ingredients not listed on the product label, EPA Registration No. 70051-2-829.
The label lists the active ingredient neem oil. ODA’s investigation of the product and laboratory analysis found the presence of malathion, chlorpyrifos, and permethrin, which are not listed on the label.Continue reading Southern Agriculture Insecticides, Inc. Triple Action Neem Oil Broad Spectrum Fungicide, Insecticide, Miticide removed from ODA’s guide list
For many decades now, Rockwool has been the cornerstone of the clone and hydroponic industry. Providing a sterile media with excellent oxygen retention, even while fully saturated, rockwool has always been a go to for many. But in light of the changing industry dynamics and ecological calamity of corporate pollution, it is now important to look closer at its manufacturing processes and waste stream and make hard decisions about changing our ways.Continue reading Ecological Concerns Build Over Rockwool Manufacturing and Health
With heavy metal concerns being addressed in Phase 3 testing in California now, it’s important to consider all source points of contamination. And one concern is coming directly from the source that was supposed to provide life, the water. And as it turns out, many traditional garden hoses have become source points for pollution. Lead levels in water runoff from hoses have been found to be as high as 20 ppm!!!Continue reading Lead Contamination in Garden Hoses Poses Risk for Cannabis Farmers
By Moriah LaChapell
Rice Root Aphid (Rhapolosiphum rufiabdominalis) (RRA) is an olive-green insect with a round body. The wingless stages develop on roots and survive in all types of substrate. Periodically, winged aphids emerge from the soil and disperse to other plants …