Open Cannabis Project genetic data analyzed and made public.
National Guard helicopters circling Humboldt County.
Munchies on the rise.
Almost unnoticed among the multitude of presentations made during ASM Microbe—the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, which ended Monday in San Francisco—was research presented Sunday out of Australia indicating the “surprising” effectiveness of cannabis as a powerful antibiotic. Mark Blaskovich, senior research chemist at the University of Queensland’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience’s […]
As Corteva Agriscience rang in today’s session of the New York Stock Exchange, celebrating its independence from DowDupont, I couldn’t help but think about Big Ag’s flirtation with cannabis, especially after CEO Jim Collins referred to Corteva as “a new kind of agriculture company.”
In an environment of mistrust, can the mountain of genetic work still to be done for the benefit of cannabis breeders get done?
Open Cannabis Project to dissolve.
The cannabis science community addresses Phylos Biosciences’s plans to start commercial breeding.
Last week, Joshua Grover, cannabis program director for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), published an opinion piece on kymkemp.com that was directed not only at the “many cultivators…at a crossroads” whether to become licensed growers, imploring them to enter the licensing program, but also at licensed growers, who, Grover argued, “also need […]