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As state legislative barriers to hemp cultivation continue to fall in succession, hemp farming has officially, rapidly, and monumentally become a part of the agriculture industry. Hemp farmers often solicit techniques that harmonize with the larger picture of sustainable agriculture, where soil and crops remain healthy beyond annual cultivation cycles, and what is added to the earth does not taint it. This panel discusses the increasing importance of organic hemp farming.
04:40 Inputs and outputs
15:02 Before scaling
20:45 Dealing with issues
25:25 Advice for beginners
31:03 Things to pay attention to
36:20 New Age Labs
40:10 Research projects
President/CEO of NEW AGE Laboratories – Plant Sap Analysis, Agrinomics, Food Safety, and Environmental Chemistry BSNR – University of Michigan, Completing Masters of Science Food Safety – Michigan State UniversityView the profile
I spent 23 years in the Water Treatment industry. Mostly residential filtration service, installation, and sales. I am now working in the Hemp industry, and am loving every minute of it.View the profile
First I worked on various farms across the country installing hydroponic builds and switching from soil to increase yield and quality. In 2018 I started Carman Hydroponics including private custom DWC and Ebb and Flow inspired builds. I installed and consulted for farmers on the West coast. Now I am an owner of Elkins Hemp Company that was founded to grow crops for future processing facilities. We are currently in our field testing phase. We are licensed and permitted by the Texas department of agriculture.View the profile
Cannabis breeder and plant scientist specializing in Horticultural Production doing studies at the University of Minnesota. A life long plant enthusiast trained in traditional North American, Lakota Sioux and Ayurvedic herbal medicine. Herbal medicine utilizes the secondary metabolisms of plants to foster good health. These constituents often amount to terpenes, tannins and specialized secretions, which are produced in most plants as part of a natural process to protect growth in midst of adverse conditions (weather, pests) or promote the next phase of growth (seeding, pollination). Understanding what internal and external mechanisms that drive these processes from seed to flower, is paramount in successful horticultural production.View the profile
All right, it's 12:30. I'll get started here. Welcome, everybody just is the panel on scaling, cannabinoid production. I am Bryant Jones. I'm a Horticultural researcher from the University of Minnesota, I have my own lab there. And we work on making cannabis production help. Right now, he's here for the farmer with me today. I am going to allow these people to introduce themselves and we will get this discussion on the road. I'm Scot wall. I own New Age, Laboratories in South
Haven. Michigan, we re a broad spectrum. Analytical laboratory doing chemistry. Biological microbiological, we worked everything from Environmental Testing to agricultural. Horticultural in food safety. I also want to 170 Acre Farm in South Haven. So we're working on everything from Plant Nutrition to preventive investigations to mitigate uptake of heavy metals and pesticides into the Cannabis. But also looking yet, how can we adjust Plant Nutrition to optimize cannabinoid production and chirping Productions?
So those are the things that we're focusing on. Cool. My name is Atlanta Falcons ion. Elkins have company, which is a research facility and I work with startups and basically everything seed to sale. I am mainly focus on helping people learn how to cultivate their own medicine, and
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