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cannabis pest management, cannabis pests, container cannabis, ipm, justin magill, legit cannabis north, living soil, reamendment -

In this podcast, I interview my good friend Justin Magill. Justin is the head grower for Legit Cannabis North, a legal indoor cannabis facility here in Washington State. Justin has been growing using living soils in beds longer than anyone else I know and he has been instrumental in developing the KIS Soil and working out methodology around re-amendment.  This podcast was an opportunity to share some of what he's learned over the past decade through experience, and Justin shares both his successes and failures, which I think is really helpful to growers. My hope is that some of what...

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clean energy, Fluence, horticulture, indoor garden lighting, LED horticulture lighting, LED lighting, LED lighting cannabis, living soil, photoperiodic lighting, travis higginbotham, travis williams -

Our guests this week are Travis Williams and Travis Higginbotham. Travis Williams has spent the last decade in the high-tech industry focusing on better forms of efficiency, sustainability, and productivity via clean-energy, embedded technology, and most recently, controlled environment agriculture. He joined Fluence (then BML Horticulture) in 2015 and has helped shape the company’s product lineup, research, customer service, and overall brand to help growers navigate the challenging and complex world of horticulture lighting to realize improvements in crop production, sustainability, and profits through LED technology.   Travis Higginbotham is the new director of Cultivation Support for Fluence. Prior to...

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david montgomery, dig 2 grow, dirt the erosion of civilizations, ecological systems, geologist, geomorphology, growing a revolution, living soil, macarther fellow, the hidden half of nature, topography -

David R. Montgomery was born in 1961 in Stanford, California, and studied geology at Stanford University before earning his Ph.D. in geomorphology at UC Berkeley. He teaches at the University of Washington where he studies the evolution of topography and how geological processes shape landscapes and influence ecological systems. He loved maps as a kid and now writes about the relationship of people to their environment and other things that interest him. In 2008 he was named a MacArthur Fellow. He lives with his wife Anne in Seattle, Washington. Their website is https://www.dig2grow.com/ where you can read more about their books   ...

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beneficial insects, canada, cannabis pests, certified organic, commercial, commercial greenhouse, Commercial Production, David Perron, Fluence, fungal diseases, fungus knats, insect frass, insects, jaya palmer, LED lighting, Living Soil, medicinal marijuana, mycelium, powdery mildew, spider mites, whistler medical marijuana corporation -

David Bernard Perron is the Head Grower and Agrologist at the Whistler Medical Marijuana Corporation in Canada. They are the only fully certified organic licensed producer in North America. David has a Master of Science in Plant Sciences and drops a ton of knowledge and experience in this podcast! Transcript Tad: Welcome to the Cannabis Cultivation and Science podcast, I'm your host Tad Hussey of KIS Organics, this is the podcast where we discuss the cutting edge of organic growing from a science-based perspective and draw on top experts from around the industry to share their wisdom and knowledge. Our...

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clackamas coot, clackamas coot sst, compost, Coot, coot's soil mix, Jim Bennett, living soil, malted barley, peat moss, vermicomposting -

In this episode, we talk with Clackamas Coot (Jim Bennett) about how he came up with using malted barley in his soils and sprouting seeds for teas. He explains the benefits of neem and the importance of worm castings. Coot is famous for his soil mixes and all the information he freely shared on forums for years.  Transcript Tad: Welcome to the Cannabis Cultivation and Science podcast, I'm your host Tad Hussey of KIS Organics. This is the podcast where we discuss the cutting edge of organic growing from a science-based perspective and draw on top experts from around the...

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