Getting a college or university degree isn’t for everyone.
But some folks who never thought they’d attend a post-secondary education program may find themselves in the classroom to gain a rather unique degree: Canada’s first college program for growing weed.
Spend the last month of the summer mastering the art of marijuana cultivation, learning something new about this amazing plant, and meeting like-minded people. Below, we listed three of the most important cannabis-related events that every weed grower and manufacturer should consider attending this month.
Indoor marijuana cultivation sites use a lot of energy. The amount is almost four times larger than that consumed by hospitals. However, many growers worry about nature and try to reduce their environmental footprint. They attempt to be smart in all aspects of cultivation—from energy to pesticides.
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.
Whether you are a commercial cannabis cultivator or just grow weed at home for your personal use, attending marijuana-dedicated events may be beneficial to you. These events provide you with all the needed information: from the latest policy changes to the recently released technological solutions to the most effective cultivation techniques. WeedGrowHub will tell you about four upcoming events that will help you master the art of cannabis cultivation.
The cannabis industry remains one of the most rapidly growing fields in the United States. With more and more states legalizing marijuana, numerous universities are beginning to launch studies on the plant’s miraculous properties. And Florida is not an exception to the rule.
Hi, growers! As you probably know, we have recently launched a new project―Grow Answers. It is a Q&A system where you can either ask for help or become the expert who helps other, less experienced growers avoid crucial mistakes. It is a new milestone for us and, since we wanted to share our joy with you, there will be a lot of presents! Get ready for the latest Hazy Summer cannabis seeds giveaway!
One of the best ways to explore the art of cannabis cultivation is to learn from the industry leaders. In May, there will be at least three interesting and informative cannabis-themed events where you can meet the cannabis industry professionals and like-minded people. Below we will tell you more about each one of these events.
Hi there, growers! A few weeks ago we announced the final results of our first big giveaway. We were giving free cannabis seeds to users that added their grow journal to our new project. We have contacted our winners and started to work on getting the prizes to their rightful owners. And now it is time to tell you about our progress.
With more and more states legalizing marijuana for medical or recreational use, cannabis cultivation gains more attention. And the best way to explore all the available options for both at-home and commercial weed growing is attending one of the marijuana cultivation events. WeedGrowHub will tell you about the three most important events for marijuana growers that will be held this month.
Today, there is no shortage of cannabis-centric events of interest to a wider marijuana-growing public, from a regular weed users or medical marijuana patients to giant cannabis manufacturers. Some events help you learn more about the most recent regulatory changes, while the others give you an opportunity to explore the newest technologies and the most effective growing techniques. WeedGrowHub will tell you about the three upcoming events for cannabis growers and manufacturers that will be held in March.
Greetings, growers! A few months ago we at WeedGrowHub started a Christmas Giveaway where you could get free cannabis seeds for starting your online growing journal on our website. The offer drew so much attention that we decided to turn it into a Winter Giveaway, so that more people got a chance to become a part of our fast-growing community of marijuana lovers and receive high-quality weed seeds for free.
In February, there will be a lot of opportunities for marijuana growers and entrepreneurs to network, improve their knowledge and professional skills, and share their experience with other marijuana enthusiasts. WeedGrowHub will tell you about the four most interesting and important events for weed growers that will take place in February.
Like the U.S., Europe is also slowly moving towards the cannabis legalization; right now Germany is planning to start licensing the cultivation of medical cannabis. The details of the policy are still unknown. However, it will likely be based on the Dutch “Office for Medical Cannabis” that was created back in 2003 and continues to successfully regulate and supervise the medical cannabis industry in the Netherlands.
With Weedgrowhub.com you can share your marijuana growing experience with the world in a new and exciting way. We will help you create the grow report of your dreams, share it on social media, and get feedback from the marijuana growing community.
If you want to become a professional marijuana grower, you will need to learn a lot. Most of the information you need, along with some useful tips and tricks from the more experienced growers, you will easily find here on WeedGrowHub and by reading our Weed Grow Reports. But if what you need is to communicate with other weed growers and manufacturers in person and to network with the industry leaders and professionals, you need to attend at least one of the following events.
If you live in Colorado and grow weed at home, you'd better get ready for big changes. Currently, the state has the loosest home-grow law in the nation, allowing up to 99 plants per one medical cannabis user or caregiver. People who cultivate cannabis for recreational purposes have also found a loophole in the law: they cooperate with other recreational users to “assist” each other, and it technically gives them an opportunity to grow unlimited amounts of marijuana without paying taxes.