‘BESTS’ & ‘PESTS’: Cultivation Strategies

‘BESTS’ & ‘PESTS’: Cultivation Strategies

Saturday September 14th
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Room 201/202
Speakers: Dr. Av Singh, Keri Wang, Max White, Meurig Murray, Pat Scanlon, Shlomo Booklin, Stacey Hickman

Welcome to the Grower’s Circle – Canada remains the world leader in regulated cannabis cultivation and we are proud to share the news of our homegrown expertise with the world. To keep cannabis cultivation on the edge of innovation, it’s important to generate an exchange of ideas and insight between growers. To that end, Grow Up is introducing The Grower’s Circle – a one day series of technical sessions that allow growers (both experienced and novice) to get more out their cultivation practices, courtesy of the shared insights of others.

Technical Workshop Description

The sea of green (SOG), the screen of green (ScrOG), monster cropping, lollipopping. It often seems like, overnight, cannabis cultivation has developed an entire language of its own. Well, here’s your immersion course, a comparative conversation that’ll cover all of the above, and more. Meanwhile, despite its general durability, the very diversity of current cannabis cultivation has seen new permutations of exposure to pathogens, pests and harmful fungi. Those brown tips on your leaves, sudden outbreaks of yellow or white patches or holes, could jeopardize your entire yield. We’ll trade experiences in what afflicts our crops, the most effective responses, and prophylactic measures to avoid exposure in the first place.

Facilitated By: Av Singh