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Dan Gibson, applications engineer at Air Products, explains how ultra-cold cryogenic gases are helping hemp processors improve yield and product quality.
Stephen Baluch, director of breeding for Arcadia Biosciences, shares insights into hemp genetics and what he sees for the future of the crop.
Nathaniel Gurien, founder and CEO of Fincann, explains the present and future of hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) banking.
Legacy grower and Grower’s Ally cannabis cultivator Brian Keenan offers insight into organically controlling common hemp pests and diseases.
Mycorrhizal Applications’ Blair Busenbark and Scott Inman share how soil microbes can empower hemp to push through stress events and achieve higher yields.
Christine Stein, regional sales manager with P.L. Light Systems, explains how light intensity can heavily influence hemp yields and quality.
Wayne Hinton, owner of RootMaker, discusses why growing plants in the RootMaker container system can prevent common but costly problems.
Kyle Canady, hemp product specialist for Shivvers Manufacturing, shares the biggest mistakes producers make when drying hemp and explains the different processes for different end products.
The western U.S. technical adviser at WinField United Professional offers a primer on using micronutrients in hemp production.