15+ years commercial cultivation experience, including biz operations, cultivation methods, nutrients, site layout, workflow, strain testing
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Here to serve your indoor cultivation needs for new and pre-existing cannabis businesses. Integration of the big picture along with all the details within a project is central aspect of the value I bring to the table. I make sure my clients are happy with what they've gotten for their investment and never cut corners at the expense of quality. Core values include personal responsibility, reliability, honesty, efficiency, and careful focus in both my personal and professional relationships. Specialties: Documentation, writing, communications, business strategy & administration, advanced cultivation techniques, technical troubleshooting, workflow management and optimization.
April 2015 - present
Support in planning and implementing indoor cultivation systems, including SOPs, cultivation methods, nutrients, lighting, racks and tables, workflow, plant health management, pruning and trellising, IPM, and environmental controls.
California Institute of Integral Studies
2000 - 2002
North Texas State University
1989 - 1993
I have a big question regarding the use of wood in flower rooms.
I’ve worked with many medical growers who utilize wood beds lined with pond liner. Even in rooms with low VPD (80-85f and 70-80rH) I’ve never observed mold on the wood. I have been warned by companies that wood will harbor mold and increase the microbial bioburden in finished product. I don’t agree with this statement, but I’d like to know if any of you have thoughts, observations, or data on the topic.