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Cannabis Sprays Explored: Are BT Toxins Safe For Human Consumption?

CANNABIS SPRAYS EXPLORED: ARE BT TOXINS SAFE FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION? TRAVIS CESARONE 14.49% Bacillus Thuringiensis (BT) with 85.51% inert ingredients.

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network Kingdoms of organisms compete with each other in a fight for survival. Cannabis producers can use a symphony of life to propagate beautiful flowers. Alternatively, growers can spray bacterial pesticides like BT Toxins onto cannabis. This is a crude method to pit pests against microorganisms. BT Toxins are named after Bacillus thuringiensis (BT), a bacterium that produces cry toxins that are poisonous to insects. But ...

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Growing Cannabis in Canada: A Guide to What’s Legal, From Seeds to Plants (August 7 Update)

GROWING CANNABIS IN CANADA: A GUIDE TO WHAT’S LEGAL, FROM SEEDS TO PLANTS (AUGUST 7 UPDATE) TRAVIS CESARONEAUGUST 7, 2019 BLOG BUSINESS CULTURE FEATURED HEALTH LAW MARIJUANA NEWS

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network If you wanted to know how to grow cannabis in Canada, look no more. This guide will take you through everything from seeds, plants, and what’s legal. What does the law say? Cannabis Act – “Subsection 12: Production, cultivation, propagation and harvesting — 18 years of age or older (4) Unless authorized under this Act, it is ...

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Study: Drought Conditions Could Induce Plants to Make More Cannabinoids

WEEDMAPS ∙ NEWS ∙ SCIENCE & MEDICINE Study: Drought Conditions Could Induce Plants to Make More Cannabinoids Emma Stone

Article by Emma Stone, Weedmaps Decades of prohibition have stunted scientific research into cannabis growth and production, but as legalization spreads, horticultural experts are again studying cannabis. Some are exploring how to optimize growing conditions to exploit the medicinal potential of cannabis. A study published in the May 2019 issue of HortScience, a publication of the American Society for Horticultural Science, ...

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Cannabis Sprays Explored: Parasitic Pesticides

CANNABIS SPRAYS EXPLORED: PARASITIC PESTICIDES TRAVIS CESARONE Beauveria Bassiana

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network In a crop, certain insects can be introduced to nibble on excess mould instead of pesticides. Not only are these potentially harmful to plants, but they will also only mildly suppress instead of outright preventing fungal invasions. Mould eating insects are also less versatile and create their own problems whereas parasitic myco-solutions can be sprayed to destroy a variety of targetted pests ...

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Legalization Gives Cannabis-Growing Competitions the Green Light

CULTURE Legalization gives cannabis-growing competitions the green light Canadian cannabis advocates launch Cannabis Cup for growing By Harrison Jordan Since the passing of recreational cannabis laws in October 2018, adults from coast to coast—with the exception of Quebec and Manitoba—have had the ability to grow up to four cannabis plants in their residence. iStock / Getty Images Plus

Article by Harrison Jordan, Growth Op It was only a matter of time before growing turned into a competition. Cannabis cups—events in which cultivators of cannabis products enter samples of their goods head-to-head for bragging rights, and sometimes prizes—have been popular in legal and semi-legal jurisdictions, including the U.S., the Netherlands and Spain. Now, the phenomenon has inevitably come to Canada. Since ...

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Cannabis Sprays Explored: Government-Funded Pesticides

CANNABIS SPRAYS EXPLORED: GOVERNMENT-FUNDED PESTICIDES TRAVIS CESARONE

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network Did you know that two pesticide companies collectively own 12 out of the now 28 pesticides approved by the Canadian government, at the time of writing? Making matters even worse is that the two companies, AEF Global (Levis, QC) and Bioworks Inc. (Victor, NY), are partners in international business and distribution. But that’s not all. Bioworks Inc. also aids Lam ...

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Cannabis Plants Don’t Have to Fall Prey to Mold, Powdery Mildew

Cannabis plants don’t have to fall prey to mold, powdery mildew Published 10 hours ago | By Bart Schaneman Danny Murr-Sloat, founder of AlpinStash, monitors plants for microbial growth at the company's cannabis grow in Lafayette, Colorado. (Photo courtesy of AlpinStash)

Article by Bart Schaneman, Marijuana Business Daily Microbials such as powdery mildew and mold can be devastating for a cannabis grow and lead to decimated plants, lost time and money and even total eradication of the crop. There are steps vigilant growers can take, however, to ensure that microbials don’t overrun their cannabis plants. “The best prevention is preventative,” said ...

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Cannabis Sprays Explored: Response Plan For Allergens

CANNABIS SPRAYS EXPLORED: RESPONSE PLAN FOR ALLERGENS TRAVIS CESARONE

Article by Travis Cesarone, Cannabis Life Network We previously discussed some benefits and problems surrounding the use of Predatory Fungi like Prestop when growing cannabis– a ‘fight fire with fire’ form of defence against moulds and mildew in the agriculture industry. If they are sprayed during flowering, the beneficial mould can stick to stems that a bud will eventually grow around – trapping ...

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