Fireside Chat with Jim Belushi

Jim Belushi, performer, farmer and star of Discovery Channel’s Growing Belushi. In addition to sharing his journey creating Belushi’s Farms, the cannabis connoisseur will discuss the passions that spurred his entry into cannabis and the challenges he’s faced in growing and remaining nimble in an ever-changing industry..

4:30pm • June 20, 2022

Photo Credit: Tyler Maddox

Learn from the Best in the Industry

Join Ed Rosenthal at the Grow at Home Workshop.
The Grow-at-Home Workshop is dedicated to the recreational grower that wants to learn how to increase yield, grow bigger plants at home, legally, safetly and responsibly. This one-day workshop focuses on what’s involved in growing cannabis at home. This hands on workshop will provide the insights and education to have you up and running like a pro.

June 22, 2022

Psychedelic Summit

Join Grow Up at our one-day Psychedelic Summit as we examine the cultural roots of the modern medical psychedelic renaissance along with a ‘psychedelic therapy 101’ for the neophyte. Psychedelic substances have been around for millenia used by cultures across the globe as medicines and in ceremonies. Now thanks to the persevering work of researchers, scientists, First Nations and therapists from all backgrounds we see these medicines being used to  treat PTSD, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addiction and more.

9am - 5:30 pm • June 20, 2022

Do You Have What it Takes to be a Cup Winner?

Listen to cannabis cup winners from the various Cannabis Cups along with cup organizers as they discuss the winning ingredients to becoming a Cannabis Cup winner.

Panelists include 105-time cup winner Simon Snit, the Guru of Ganje, Ed Rosenthal and Tayor Blake from the Emerald Cup

12:30pm • June 20, 2022

Budtender's Luncheon

Grow Up will be hosting a Retail and Budtender day, Wednesday June 22, at the Victoria Conference Centre. Budtenders will be able interact directly with head growers and learn more about the brands and products they recommend to consumers. There will also be budtender panels including a keynote interview with Ted Smith, Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club

The Budtender Luncheon presented by BZAM will feature an educational panel consisting of growers, budtenders and retail experts.

Victoria, BC

Join us on Vancouver Island in majestic Victoria, BC for 3 days of cannabis cultivation, psychedelics and extraction.

June 20-22, 2022

Victoria BC, June 20-22, 2022 Conference Schedule

Schedule-at-a-Glance

Victoria Conference Centre

Victoria Conference Centre

720 Douglas Street
Victoria, BC V8W 3M7
Canada

 

Day 1

7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Conference Registration

8:00 am – 9:00 am
Morning Coffee and Networking

9:30 am – 5:30 pm
VIP Industry Conference

9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Psychedelic Summit

9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Exhibitor Load-in/Setup

6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Meet the Exhibitors @ CANNA Networking Party

Day 2

7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Registration Opens

9:00 am – 10:00 am
Exhibitor Morning Coffee and Networking (Canna Networking Lounge – Carson Hall)

9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Masterclass Technical Series

10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Grow Up Expo

10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Grow Up Main Stage

10:30 am – 4:15 pm
Extraction Workshop sessions

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Grower’s Luncheon (Invite Only)


7:00 pm – 11:00 am
High North VIP Networking party

Day 3

7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Registration Opens

9:00 am – 10:00 am
Exhibitor Morning Coffee and Networking (Canna Networking Lounge – Carson Hall)

10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Grow Up Expo

10:30 am – 4:00 pm
Masterclass Technical Series

10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Grow Up Main Stage

 

2022 Schedule is in progress.

If you would like to take an active role in our programming or become a speaker, click here and fill out our speaker submission form.

DAY 1: VIP Industry Conference
 
9:00 AM9:20 AM
Monday June 20th
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Please join us for a Traditional Hoop Dance with Gary Abbott (Champion Fancy Dancer & Hoop Dancer)
9:20 AM9:30 AM
Monday June 20th
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9:30 AM9:45 AM
Monday June 20th
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The Grow Up Team would like to welcome everyone to our first west coast show in the beautiful capital of British Columbia.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the Lkwungen People
9:30 AM9:50 AM
Monday June 20th
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9:45 AM10:30 AM
Monday June 20th
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Discussion on current conditions and the global economy.

Moderated by Bridget Hoffer
9:50 AM10:30 AM
Monday June 20th
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Honoring Indiginous Roots. Scientists studying the clinical applications of psychedelics inevitably find their way to ayahuasca, shaminism and the role of natural mind altering substances within indigenous spirituality and religious practice. In a field of study where science and religion can truly coexist, researchers and non indigenous people must be mindful of honoring the traditions of sacred plants as they attempt to build a bridge between native cultures and the efficacy of their medicine. This session will consider the traditional use of psychedelics and the reciprocity that must come along with adapting it

Keynote - Otis Jasper
10:30 AM11:15 AM
Monday June 20th
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All over the planet, agri-business is retooling to accommodate world markets, and the sources and practices are as varied as the world itself. This international panel of growers will share collective wisdom, challenges and common concerns – and maybe even forge some global bonds.

Moderated by Dr. Av Singh
10:45 AM11:30 AM
Monday June 20th
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With psychedelics more and more often in the news and represented in media, there is much to learn and understand within the topic of psychedelics as a whole.  This session is intended to give attendees an overview of the Psychedelic space in Canada and touch on what the current Psychedelic landscape looks like today touching on psilocybin, ketamine, ibogaine, LSD, DMT, MDMA, peyote, ayahuasca, cannabis and more.

Moderated by Cy Williams
11:15 AM12:00 PM
Monday June 20th
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This presentation will highlight the primary findings of the Canadian Psychedelic Survey (CPS), the most comprehensive survey of Canadian Psychedelic Use to date. CPS took place in January 2022, with 2393 adult respondents, and during this session we'll learn who uses psychedelics in Canada, and explore patterns of use of 11 common psychedelics, as well as co-use with other substances. We'll also explore peak positive and negative experiences and associated outcomes, micro vs. macro use, and review primary motivations for both recreational and medical use."
11:30 AM12:00 PM
Monday June 20th
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The world of business is filled with ego-centric corporations whose main objective is to gain capital and fill the pockets of stakeholders. Connections made are centered around self-gain, which end result tends to create division and divide with little positive impact on the greater ecosystem. In the world of psychedelics and earth medicine there is a different vibe that drives its own set of objectives. Being that psychedelics and earth medicine give life to a more conscious and heart-based culture, strategies are naturally more interconnected and considerate of interdependent relationships. This microdose presentation will introduce you to affiliate marketing through a mycelium-like network methodology as a business strategy for brands who want long-term, deep-rooted growth in the new conscious gig economy.


 

11:45 AM12:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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12:30 PM1:15 PM
Monday June 20th
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Listen to cannabis cup winners from the various Cannabis Cups along with cup organizers as they discuss the winning ingredients to becoming a Cannabis Cup winner
12:45 PM1:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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We still need to understand the therapeutic benefits of select compounds such as psilocybin, ketamine, ibogaine, LSD, DMT, MDMA, peyote, cannabis and even more types of plant medicine that we are still learning about in the mainstream. This panel explores some of the options available for those who may want to consider  psychedelic therapy.

Moderated by. Marcus Roggen
1:15 PM1:45 PM
Monday June 20th
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(Presentation) Cannabis and cryptocurrencies may seem like strange bedfellows, but they’ve collided in new and interesting ways. Largely driven by challenges in accessing banking and capital, cryptocurrency has arisen as an option for operators in the cannabis space. Along with exploring options available to operators, Dean will discuss the ability to back cryptocurrency with real assets.
1:30 PM2:15 PM
Monday June 20th
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Moderated by Lucas McCann - Canndelta
2:00 PM2:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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Hop Latent Viroid is impacting legal cannabis crops worldwide and is one of the greatest threats to the cannabis industry. How do we test for it and what can we do to get rid of it.
2:15 PM3:00 PM
Monday June 20th
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This presentation will explore both the psychedelic research Renaissance and analysis of the pending legalization of psychedelics from a business perspective in Canada and internationally.

Moderated by Av Singh
2:45 PM3:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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  • Current state of packaging – How regulations affect the choices producers make. Challenges with materials, costs and keeping your products fresh.

  • Working together - Why is packaging one of the last things producers think about but the first thing a consumer sees?

  • Sustainability – the future of cannabis packaging

3:15 PM4:00 PM
Monday June 20th
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Some jurisdictions have already moved towards legalization of medical use of psychedelics. The wellness community, investors and researchers are starting to think positively about imminent wide acceptance. Up that's. Upcoming breakthroughs may involve core challenges, or changes to existing legislation. Canada has already opened the door for access to end of life care, and therapist are seeking to expand on the latitude they've been given. Once psychedelic prohibition is passed then a full fledged regulatory landscape over place at, Covering intellectual property, inspection, quality control,  distribution, etc. This session will look ahead to a legal regulated future for psychedelics.
Moderated by Lucas McCann - Canndelta
3:30 PM4:15 PM
Monday June 20th
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The presentation will explain what cannabis farmgate is and could become, looking at the prospects for different licensees, including cultivators. Ideas being discussed include using farmgate stores to promote cannabis tourism and providing tasting and sampling as with wineries and craft breweries. The presentation will review provincial governments’ moves to establish farmgate programming and conclude by considering the outlook for farmgate in applicable provinces. The scope for cultivators’ participation will be discussed with fresh insights from BC’s current consultation exercise. Moderator Christina Michael
4:00 PM4:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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This presentation will highlight the primary findings of the Canadian Psychedelic Survey (CPS), the most comprehensive survey of Canadian Psychedelic Use to date. CPS took place in January 2022, with 2393 adult respondents, and during this session we'll learn who uses psychedelics in Canada, and explore patterns of use of 11 common psychedelics, as well as co-use with other substances. We'll also explore peak positive and negative experiences and associated outcomes, micro vs. macro use, and review primary motivations for both recreational and medical use."
4:30 PM5:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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Jim Belushi, performer, farmer and star of Discovery Channel’s Growing Belushi. In addition to sharing his journey creating Belushi’s Farms, the cannabis connoisseur will discuss the passions that spurred his entry into cannabis and the challenges he’s faced in growing and remaining nimble in an ever-changing industry.
4:30 PM5:30 PM
Monday June 20th
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The psychedelic "Renaissance" is well underway, and yet access to psychedelic therapies are still highly restricted and unavailable to most patients. This panel of Canadian psychedelic researchers and business leaders will discuss obstacles to access and how to overcome them, with a focus on current and upcoming studies and product development, regulatory changes, and evidence-based psychedelic-assisted treatments.

Moderated by Phillipe Lucas, PhD
6:00 PM11:00 PM
Monday June 20th
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DAY 2: Industry Conference
 
9:30 AM10:45 AM
Tuesday June 21st
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As fertilizer prices skyrocket or become scarce, growers are looking at biostimulants to support growth and enhance quality factors like secondary metabolites. Humic acid, seaweed extracts, trace minerals, amino acids, SAR-elicitors, microbial inoculants are just some of the tools that our expert panel will shed light on.
10:00 AM10:15 AM
Tuesday June 21st
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Acknowledge and thank the Lkwungen People.
    10:15 AM10:45 AM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    A talk with one of BC’s legal experts on the subject of Indigenous rights and cannabis law.

     
    10:15 AM11:00 AM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    We may talk about social equity in theory, but how often do we, as an entire industry, take time and opportunity to reflect on what social equity really means, and whether the cannabis landscape in Canada is indeed an equitable space for all?


    Social equity programs in cannabis recognize and seek to reconcile the disproportionate representation of Women, Indigenous, BIPOC, 2SLGBTQIA+, people with disabilities, seniors, and those with prior convictions within the cannabis industry, as these groups continue to encounter financial, technical, systemic, and societal barriers to entry into the industry. Social equity is about removing these barriers to entry, and creating pathways to success.


    This panel will discuss social equity as a whole as well as the status of Women in Cannabis. We will be sharing current data and research highlighting the gaps and imbalances that continue to plague women and other groups from advancing in our sector.


    Thought leaders Necole Hines, Rosy Mondin, Jacqui Menezes, and Keri McBrien will share their insights from their personal experiences as well as what they’ve seen in the industry, as opportunities to create more equitable spaces that gives ALL people the opportunity to advance and prosper in the cannabis space.


    Co-moderated by Donna Johannson, founder of Canadian Women in Cannabis (CWIC) and CWIC Team member Anne-Marie Fischer of CannaWrite

    10:30 AM11:15 AM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    Incorporating safety into building design, complying with international fire and building codes, design considerations to prevent product contamination and improve workflow and process efficiency, and factors to consider before selecting extraction equipment will all be covered in this interactive and engaging panel discussion. You won’t want to miss this!
    11:00 AM12:00 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    A discussion with several Indigenous-owned cannabis growers and retailers in British Columbia about the state of the industry and what the future holds for First Nations in the cannabis industry.

    Moderated by Yvan Guy Larocque
    11:00 AM12:15 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    LSO beds are helping the cannabis industry reduce their ecological footprint, but how do we ensure that we are keeping our soil healthy, nutrient-dense, balanced, disease suppressive, pest-free, low in heavy metals, etc. etc. Let's chat with our experts who are doing just that and find out some of the tricks and tips
    11:15 AM12:00 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    Justice in cannabis is a large topic. Justice includes our path and fight towards legalization thanks to the key advocates that got us to this place. Justice also refers to ensuring that those who live with prior cannabis convictions are able to have their records erased and are not hindered by their past as they work towards their future. Justice also means ensuring that all those fighting for the gaps in our current model of legalization to be filled are given opportunities to be vehicles for a cannabis regime that is more favourable for providers, medical patients, and recreational consumers alike. Justice also ensures that the inherent rights of Indigenous people are upheld in our current cannabis regime.


    What are ALL our roles in the continued fight for justice for people in cannabis as well as those who consume it?


    Our Panel Speakers are thought leaders and accomplished trailblazers in the Canadian cannabis regime Andrea Dobbs, Necole Hines, Jacqui Menezes and Jamie Shaw, who will remind us of what it took to get to this place of a legal space, share some of the shortcomings of the industry that we need to fight to improve, and indicate where there are still fights for human and constitutional rights happening within the city of Victoria in which we’re gathering.


    Co-moderated by Donna Johannson, founder of Canadian Women in Cannabis (CWIC) and CWIC Team member Anne-Marie Fischer of CannaWrite

    11:15 AM12:00 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    As the cannabis industry soars across our earth, we must be mindful of what our planet has already endured. The industry’s monumental popularity means that abundant resources must be used for cultivating cannabis plants, extracting them, and purifying the molecules within for downstream product formulations. The burning question this panel provides answers for is how can we continue to grow sustainably?
    12:00 PM1:00 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    12:00 PM2:00 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    These are the brightest minds in cannabis growth, sharing experiences, best practices and goodwill amongst growers. And this camaraderie will come in handy as the push for industry standardization grows. They’ll talk about a year of challenges, adjusting to regulations, and offer insight into how Health Canada can adjust its role to promote better growing and cannabis quality. Many relationships were forged among growers last year, and it’s not far-fetched to see a future advocacy group forming over the lunch table.

    Moderated by: Kirk Tousaw

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    1:00 PM1:30 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    A talk with those behind the court cases fighting for home grow rights in Manitoba and Quebec.
    1:00 PM1:45 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    1:30 PM2:30 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    (Panel Discussion) We sit down with four micro producers in BC to discuss their businesses, the state of micro in BC, and what it’s like to tackle projects like processor partnerships, sales into provinces, and successful product branding.



    Moderated by David Brown—StratCann

     
    1:45 PM2:30 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    Live resin is generally considered top-tier among solvent-based concentrates for its fresh-plant flavours and well-preserved terpene profiles. However, live rosin has earned a bigger and better reputation among cannabis flavour aficionados. But there are important and significant differences between live resin and live rosin that our panel will discuss.
    2:00 PM3:15 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    You can't fix what you don't know is broken.  Improving your grow harvest after harvest comes by understanding what aspects of your garden need attention.  Having the right sensors and controls can give you the data needed to dial in the fire.  From PPM to PPFD find out how to gain control of your grow with our expert panel.
    2:15 PM2:45 PM
    Tuesday June 21st
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    Sanuvox Technologies inc.
      2:30 PM3:00 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      2:45 PM3:30 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      It is critical for companies and testing laboratories to focus on key areas of analysis: quantifying the potency of CBD and THC, determining heavy metals as well as contaminants from residual solvents, pesticides and mycotoxins.
      3:00 PM4:00 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      A look at the trappings of navigating the complex world of provincial supply chains.

      Moderated by Annaliese Kibler - Aurora
      3:30 PM4:45 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      It's more than just bud. What do you want the end-user to know about why you grow the way you grow? What role does the cultivation team need to play in helping the market know what's unique about your cannabis. Our panel of industry experts are going to share some thoughts on how growers can help in telling the story behind the bud.
      Moderated by: Alison McMahon
      3:30 PM4:15 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      Cannabis consumption has yet to hit the mainstream.  Increased consumer acceptance of flower inhalation is highly unlikely as a major contributor to increased sales.  What will it take to get widespread engagement of consumers into extracts and concentrates.
      3:45 PM4:15 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      ASCERA has had a long & tedious journey in pursuit of higher standards for the Cannabis vaping industry. With a dream to conquer the market with a superior & premium vape cartridge that is not only affordable but also reliable. Using industry-leading zirconia ceramic & Viton gaskets, ASCERA is sweeping the market with a vape cart that speaks for itself. ASCERA was built on the ideals of a cart that highlights your oil without affecting the integrity or flavour.

      Like all journeys, there are always hurdles. ASCERA went through its fair share, including struggling to meet demand due to a Viton shortage caused by the pandemic. ASCERA’s journey also included a rigorous R & D process, where numerous technologies were discarded & replaced with more health-conscious solutions to ensure satisfaction for the end-user, and compliance with the regulatory bodies.
      4:00 PM4:45 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      An update from the BC Cannabis Secretariat on provincial cannabis policies like farmgate, direct sales, consumption spaces, and more.
      7:00 PM11:00 PM
      Tuesday June 21st
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      DAY 3: Industry Conference
       
      10:00 AM10:30 AM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Picking the spot for best growing area indoor system and products. Size of room, electrical, ventilation and water needs. A look in to purchasing the proper home equipment. Review of tents, all-in-one grow systems.
      10:30 AM11:30 AM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      A discussion with four different BC outdoor growers, from small scale to very large. We’ll be exploring the unique issues and topics relating to outdoor cannabis production, sales channels, and more.

      Moderated by David Brown - StratCann
      10:30 AM11:45 AM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      A little disappointed? Expecting something else? Not the same as before? You may think you did everything the same but the end-product is telling you something different. Was it your lights, your media, your cure? Our illustrious panel will chat about how you can keep your customers coming back for more by producing consistently high quality flower time and time again.
      10:30 AM11:15 AM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      A deep dive into minor cannabinoids, terpenes, the entourage effect, and various forms of cannabis 2.0 products (i.e., budder, badder, sauces, diamonds, rosin, resin, waxes, shatter, oils, etc.).
      Moderated by: Bytany Melville
      10:30 AM11:15 AM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Choose your medium: Soil, Nutrients, maintain PH balance, Temp, Air quality,  water, ventilation.
      11:15 AM12:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Discussion of the differences between seeds and clones. Methods of germinating cannabis seeds.
      11:15 AM12:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Opportunities for budtenders to expand their role in educating consumers on cannabis consumption.

      Moderated by: Bytany Melville
      12:00 PM12:30 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Testing your product at home with PlantChek's Quick Check home system. Find the precise THC content in your cannabis and cannabis-based products in under 10 minutes.
      12:00 PM2:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      If you are a budtender or work in the cannabis retail space, you won’t want to miss your chance to get one-on-one with top growers and mingle with the best names in cannabis.

      By invite only. Limited seats.

      12:15 PM12:45 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      The C45 Quality Association brings together the quality and regulatory leaders of Canadian Cannabis to assist in establishing the quality standards of the industry with the applicable Health Canada regulations.  The association is actively engaging discussion with Health Canada to assist in collecting feedback from our membership and prioritize the impact on business operations, cost controls, and profitability.  Our objectives have demonstrated momentum towards Health Canada outreach on several key topics such as increasing technical oversight on standardized lab testing and taking on a more risk-based approach to product authorizations and packaging design requirements.   The open consultations on the Cannabis Act afford the opportunity to evidence why more operational flexibilities in many areas such as qualified QA staffing, the NNCP submission process, and streamlined requirements for monthly CTLS reporting would improve the sustainability of working capital for businesses.  Ultimately, we support community frameworks and networking advantages for keeping Quality Assurance professionals working progressively in the industry and collectively learning from their interpretations of the regulations, their inspections, and work-place efficiencies for evolving business models.

      Moderated by Dr. Brigitte Simons  

       
      12:45 PM1:45 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      A discussion with several cannabis retailers from western Canada. We’ll be discussing different consumer preferences and trends, how to navigate provincial regulations, and more.

      Moderated by Natasha Raey
      1:00 PM2:15 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Heterogeneity... what a gift! The cannabis plant and all of its robust wonders is why we love it so much. But, how do we know what to look for when we are choosing our next genetics? What do we look for in a male? Join this lively panel as they share their art behind the science of phenohunting.
      1:00 PM1:30 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Review all types of lighting available. HID, LED, Fluorescent. Associated pros and cons and costs involved
      1:30 PM2:15 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Review different types of pests, bugs, mold and mites that can destroy your plants and how to defend your crop.
      1:45 PM2:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      2:00 PM3:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      What’s new in the world of cannabis breeding? A discussion with several cannabis growers on what’s new in the world of breeding, from varieties suitable for outdoor production in BC, to higher yields, to disease-resistance.

      Moderated by Kirk Tousaw - Great Gardener Farms
      2:15 PM3:00 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Packaging your homegrown is one of the most important steps in ensuring that you preserve the terpenes and moisture of your bud.
      2:15 PM2:45 PM
      Wednesday June 22nd
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      Sanuvox Technologies inc.
        2:30 PM3:45 PM
        Wednesday June 22nd
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        Are we having fun yet? Work-life balance and a positive workplace culture is something that most of us wish to achieve. Not the easiest thing to pull-off when working in a fast-paced industry with such a high-valued crop and the possibility of management and investors looking over your shoulder. How do you keep the team happy doing the hard work to make great medicine? Join the discussion and bring back some best cultural practices to make your work fun again.
        3:00 PM3:45 PM
        Wednesday June 22nd
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        Speaker Submissions

        If you are in the cannabis growing industry and would like the opportunity to speak at Grow Up Conference and Expo, please click here to apply.