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
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A variety of hop plant has naturally cross-pollinated with wild cannabis in India.
The implications of this discovery are profound and will lead to many new advancements in hybridization and breeding of cannabinioids into hops!!! Read the full article at MERRY JANE.