GPN’s Cannabis & Hemp Week Available On Demand
Cannabis & Hemp Week, which took place Sept. 20-22, featured three 1-hour interactive webcasts with industry experts designed to provide growers with the latest insight, production tips, and guidelines to grow successfully. The webcast series is interactive and can be viewed on demand by clicking the links for each day below:
Day 1 — From Ornamentals to Hemp
Aaron Van Wingerden, Owner of Royale Botanicals and Dutch Heritage Gardens
Join Aaron Van Wingerden for his experiences as the founder of Royale Botanicals, a wholesale industrial hemp cultivation facility with its own, bred-in-house genetics. In this interactive webinar, he will tackle similarities and differences between growing ornamentals and hemp: cultivating superior hemp genetics; promoting the superiority of clones over seedlings; and tackling the hemp industry as a whole.
Day 2 — Cannabis Economics & What Growers Need to Know
Dan Sumner, Professor of Agricultural Economics at University of California, Davis, and Robin Goldstein, Director of Cannabis Economics at University of California, Davis
Join the authors of “Can Legal Weed Win? The Blunt Realities of Cannabis Economics” for some unadulterated facts about the new legal segments of an old industry. Dan Sumner and Robin Goldstein will give a whirlwind tour of the economic past, present, and future of legal and illegal cannabis.
Day 3 — Tales from the Greenhouse and the Field, A Panel Discussion
Colin Clark, Owner of Never Winter Botanicals; Travis Higginbotham, Vice President of Production at Harborside Inc., Sean Sangster, Regional Director of Cultivation at Curaleaf; and Javier Garces, Horticulture Advisor at Treadwell Farms
Join for an interactive conversation with Editorial Director Abby McGarry and a panel of growers, including Colin Clark, owner of Never Winter Botanicals; Travis Higginbotham, vice president of production at Harborside Inc. and Sean Sangster, regional director of cultivation at Curaleaf.
GPN’s Cannabis & Hemp Week was sponsored by Beaver Plastics and Sun Gro Horticulture.