Libbey suggests we all use the new free time we have for some reflection: Small changes in the way we think and behave can lead to significant change.
From formulating the plan to worker safety, pesticide regulations and REI times – This is the ultimate guide to integrated pest management. Learn how to effectively implement an IPM plan and use the right tools in the right way at the right time.
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While the federal government has been considering legislation, such as SAFE Banking and the STATES Act, to create a more rational federal cannabis policy, neither of these bills are likely to pass any time soon given the current COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of the day, until Congress passes some form of federal cannabis legalization, these small businesses will remain plagued by the inability to receive financial assistance, as evinced by the Paycheck Protection Program.
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The cannabis industry is going through a bit of a contraction phase and layoffs are almost certainly a guarantee for some businesses. Here’s a discussion of the risks and best practices in conducting cost-saving layoffs to avoid potential claims and lawsuits.
It doesn’t matter if your cannabis business is a start-up in its infancy or a mature company with an established loyal customer following, creating attention-grabbing packaging is essential to your success. The packaging is the all-important and critical first impression.
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The practice of checking mother plants for Endophytic mold is not yet commonplace in cannabis, but the hemp business is leading the way. They’re testing to create very clean plants, so you don’t have issues during cultivation.
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Cannabis Industry Journal is pleased to announce our partnership with Pioneer Intelligence on this new series of articles. This collaboration will give readers a taste of Pioneer Intelligence’s marketing analytics and provide data-led insights on consumer-facing cannabis brands.
For the second time in two years, the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) has delayed a critical vote on the reclassification of cannabis. The vote to delay rescheduling came just under two weeks before WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.
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The UK has now changed its rules for imports, but in the middle of a global retrovirus pandemic, is this just rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic?
The Center for Food Safety just released their new Hemp CBD Scorecard and Medterra, among others, received an ‘A’ letter grade. We sat down with Jay Hartenbach, CEO of Medterra, to find out what they are doing to get such high marks.
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A city official is now recommending that the Department of Cannabis Regulation move forward with awarding licenses to cannabis retailers.
Enrollments in the state’s medical cannabis program are extended until Aug. 1 or 60 days after the state’s peacetime emergency ends, whichever is later.
Missourians for a New Approach was on pace to meet its campaign goals until COVID-19 halted efforts to gather signatures for its petition.
The vape manufacturer has taken steps to keep its supply chain running smoothly amid the outbreak, and is using its advantages to keep employees working and customers satisfied.
Tim Keogh previews start-up of Massachusetts Cannabis Center and its progress amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Scientists from North Coast Testing Laboratory are calling for more specific cannabis testing using updated technology to ease the growing stress on the health care system.
Receipt of the license enables the automation of several processes.
The National Institute of Drug Abuse has issued a request for comments on establishing and implementing a standard unit of dosage for THC in order to improve cannabis research efforts.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed an order that extends the deadline for cannabis infuser, craft grower and transporter licenses from March 30 to April 30.
Gov. Charlie Baker has deemed medical cannabis businesses essential, allowing them to remain open.
Medical cannabis dispensaries are considered essential under the state’s stay at home order.
High Times will acquire the California-based cannabis holding company and its subsidiaries Humboldt Sun Growers Guild and Grateful Eight LLC.
The vertically integrated cannabis operator has donated lab gowns to a local hospital and has launched efforts to support the local food bank and area restaurants.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking to amend its regulations in an effort to approve pending applications for licenses that allow entities to grow cannabis for research purposes.
The global hydroponics nutrient manufacturer has joined the battle against COVID-19 with several initiatives aimed at aiding the community, local government and national health organizations.
In a recent earnings call, Charlotte’s Web executives discussed a drop in Q4 sales due to regulatory uncertainty, its recent Abacus acquisition and how the coronavirus will impact business.
The Agnetix team expands with the addition of a deep learning and AI expert to drive innovation in horticulture.
Canadian cannabis companies implement work-from-home protocols as an already tough capital market tightens up even more.
All stores remain open in Pennsylvania and Illinois, and the company is prioritizing its medical patients and customers most susceptible to COVID-19.
Aloha Green Apothecary, CannaCraft and Keirton (Twister Trimmer) have found themselves uniquely positioned to fill the supply void.