Day: April 25, 2022

An Insight on How No-Till Cannabis Farming Can Reduce Carbon Footprint

No-till cultivation is part of the larger cannabis growing system often called living soil, where microorganisms, not synthetic nutrients, feed the plants. Cannabis cultivators are turning to no-till cultivation methods to limit their carbon footprint, maintain soil health and save thousands of dollars on equipment and fertilizer costs during each grow cycle. The technique of …

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Canada on a Rout to Push Forward With Dual Cropping for Fiber & Grain

The Canadian province of Alberta is moving fast to develop infrastructure to support dual-cropping of hemp grain and fiber through ambitious initiatives that look to expand the output of raw materials amid projections that hemp farming and processing will grow exponentially in the coming years. Canada’s top hemp producer, Alberta turns out roughly 40% of …

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