With more and more states moving towards legalizing marijuana cultivation, there is an acute need for sharing knowledge and experience on various weed growing practices. In July, there will be at least four cannabis cultivation-related events worth your attention.
When: July 5, 2017
Where: Eugene, OR
The Emerald Trade Alliance is an advocacy group that provides much-needed support and education to those who work in or with the cannabis and hemp industries. Every month, the group hosts an open meeting for marijuana growers, business owners, activists, and everyone who wants to become a part of the fast-growing Oregon cannabis industry.
When: July 12, 2017
Where: Denver, CO
Have you ever heard about the No-Till weed growing method? Do you know what is one of the most effective ways of cultivating elite cannabis? The upcoming Intro to No-Till Cannabis Cultivation class will give you the answers to these and lots of other questions.
This educational event is meant to help you understand the basics of one of the most effective and revolutionary cannabis cultivation techniques. Learn how to create the perfect conditions for a marijuana plant without any unnecessary manual soil disturbances. Explore the newest weed cultivation concepts and ideas that will help you get the most out of your weed garden.
When: July 14, 2017
Where: Portland, OR
Join the Intro to Cannabis Botany educational class held by the Sativa Science Club―the first marijuana science community and budtender training institute in Portland, OR. Make the first step toward becoming a true expert in the world of cannabis. Learn everything you need to know about the cannabis plant: its botany and evolution, the real difference between sativa and indica strains, and more.
When: July 31 – August 2, 2017
Where: San Francisco, CA
CultX Cannabis Cultivation Excellence is a large conference that gathers marijuana cultivation experts and professionals to discuss the most important topics concerning every marijuana grower. Here, you can discuss agricultural and regulatory challenges facing cannabis growers in the U.S. Among the main topics of the conference: local and federal cannabis cultivation regulations, the cultivation environment, automation of the marijuana growing process, and more.
For more details, visit the conference's website.