How Growers Can Benefit From The Professionalisation of the Cannabis Industry


As the cannabis industry enjoys a boom – thanks in no small part to the flourishing medical cannabis sector, coupled with the growing legalisation of marijuana across the world – we welcome in a new era for the industry as a whole. In this article, we take a closer look at what this means for growers. With more at stake, standards are rising, and will continue to rise. Medical cannabis is now legal in 33 U.S. States, and with more expected to follow suit, quality improvement across the board is  a given. As strains are carefully cultivated to offer medicinal benefits, geneticists are working to better understand cannabis, and refine the growth process. This is good news for the industry, bringing a standardisation of the entire process as the scientific community builds a deeper understanding of all aspects of marijuana, and will affect how we grow and cultivate plants, bringing greater understanding and methods of plant care, such as strain development and treatments of pathogens, extending through to cutting, packing and distribution. This standardisation falls under the W.H.O.’s good agricultural and collection practices (GACP), ensuring a quality of growing and processing, along with a new level of professionalism which is beneficial to both growers and consumers. As the cannabis industry expands and becomes ever more lucrative and legitimate, enjoying the benefits of legal status in some areas  along with a new surge in funding, horticultural experts are moving across from traditional crop farming, bringing with them a wealth of expertise which will filter down to independent and hobbyist growers, helping to tighten process and troubleshooting across the board. Growers can take advantage of this revolution as they enjoy greater ease of access to high-quality tools and equipment, utilise new methods of growing cannabis, as well as new breakthroughs in heating…

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