Home cannabis cultivation has come a long way since the days of total prohibition, with more states and Washington DC now offering some form of cultivation provision.
Achieving great cannabis is no easy feat, and many mistakes can be made along the way.
A marijuana cultivator that's been called the "Tesla of cannabis" is bringing the industry out of the darkness and into the light — literally.
With recreational marijuana use on the verge of becoming legal in Maine, real estate brokers are seeing a jump in demand for industrial spaces that could become indoor marijuana farms in the not-too-distant future.
Cannabis plants are resilient and resourceful. However, much like any other living organism, cannabis plants need nutrients.
A greenhouse industry expert looks at whether it is better to retrofit existing greenhouses, or to purpose-build greenhouses for marijuana growing.
On the eve of a vote that could legalize recreational marijuana in Massachusetts, a Colorado company is preparing to build the state’s largest marijuana greenhouse, a sprawling, high-tech complex that could eventually expand to nearly 1 million square feet.
For the first-time grower, it can be a truly daunting task to select the best nutrients for their cannabis, and they'll often spend far more money than they need to.
Cannabis has been used by humans for thousands of years and during this time many cannabis plants have been taken from their original environment, planted, grown, and cultivated in more controlled environments.
There are currently 15 states with medical cannabis home grow provisions and three states (D.C. included) where adults are allowed by state law to cultivate at home recreationally, with some of these states carrying heavier qualifications than others.
According to an age-old farming tradition, the phase of the moon has a huge impact on how well a plant will grow.
Renowned grower Jorge Cervantes will answer readers’ questions and give advice on all things related to the cannabis plant.
PENDLETON — In the marijuana world, cannabis breeder Daniel John “D.J.” Short gets rock star raves while simultaneously keeping to the shadows.
Tech businesses of all sizes are trying to get in on the ground floor of the newest gold rush.