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Cannabis Architecture, Pruning & Training Class and Course Review
Cannabis Architecture, Pruning & Training Class and Course Review
$45.00 / 7 days
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Learn about the anatomy & morphology of cannabis plants and the science behind how pruning & training techniques like super-cropping, trellising, mainlining, and low-stress training improves yield, yield-efficiency, pest/disease resistance, aesthetics, and overall health of cannabis crops.

2-Hour lecture with slideshow and handout

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

This is the tenth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use. Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education

More information about full course HERE

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Cannabis Architecture, Pruning & Training Class and Course Review

Learn about the anatomy & morphology of cannabis plants and the science behind how pruning & training techniques like super-cropping, trellising, mainlining, and low-stress training improves yield, yield-efficiency, pest/disease resistance, aesthetics, and overall health of cannabis crops.

2-Hour lecture with slideshow and handout

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

This is the tenth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use. Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education

More information about full course HERE

Cannabis Breeding and Genetics class

Learn the history, science, and strategies of cannabis plant breeding as well as the science of genetic heredity and intellectual property protections.    

2-Hour lecture with a slideshow and handouts

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

 This is the ninth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use.  Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education 

 More information about full course HERE

Cannabis Sustainable Agriculture Class
Learn about the goals & objectives of sustainable agriculture, the environmental impacts of different production practices, and how cannabis farmers can implement sustainable practices & technology to reduce greenhouse gasses, conserve energy, minimize pollution, protect worker rights, and leave plenty of resources for our grandchildren. 

2-Hour lecture with a slideshow and handouts

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

This is the eighth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use.  Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education 

More information about full course HERE

Cannabis Integrated Pest Management class

Learn the biology, prevention, monitoring, and mitigation of insect and arachnid pests of Cannabis.  An ounce of prevention grows a pound of cure!

2-Hour lecture with a slideshow and handouts

 Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

 This is the seventh class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use.  Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education  

More information about full course HERE

Cannabis Plant Pathology Class

Learn the biology, identification, and mitigation of fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes that parasitize cannabis.  An ounce of prevention grows a pound of cure!

2-Hour lecture with a slideshow and handouts

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

This is the sixth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use.  Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education  

More information about full course HERE

Enroll in full course, whether ON-LINE or IN-PERSON HERE

Cannabis Plant Nutrition class

Learn the chemistry behind how nutrients move through the soil, and how they are taken-up and utilized by plants.  You’ll also learn how your plants may be deficient in nutrients that you apply in abundance.  Many popular myths about fertilizer application will be debunked.

2-Hour lecture with a slideshow and handouts

Instructor: Todd Dalotto, HBS Horticultural Research

This is the fifth class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course, a 10-week, 20-hour course that provides overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use.

Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education

Cannabis Soil Science class

An overview of how the chemical, physical, and biological properties of soil contribute to healthy plant growth and a thriving dynamic microbiome. 

This is the 4th class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course.  Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education  

Cannabis Plant Propagation Class

Learn the science and practice of propagating cannabis plants sexually (by seed) and asexually (cloning). Includes discussion of propagation environments and reproduction biology.

This is the third class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course.  Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education  

Cannabis Seed Biology Class

Learn the science of seed development, fertilization, dormancy, germination, and viability.

This is the 2nd class out of ten in the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education
"Hoophouse Production" presentation by Todd Dalotto at CannaGrow Expo, October, 2017
Learn about the design, construction and cultural environment of this semi-passive greenhouse system. Todd Dalotto's original style of Hoophouse Production minimizes the costs of energy, equipment, real estate, and pest control by utilizing the sun, soil, wind, and natural beneficial microbes & insects while achieving high yields and connoisseur-quality flowers.

Learn how HoopHouse systems have the lowest capital expenses, lowest operating costs and least risk of crop loss, with excellent yields and flower quality, compared with all other cannabis production systems. CAN! is the world's leading expert on cannabis HoopHouse production systems and offers specialized consulting on the design, construction, and operation.

The presentation in this video was recorded live at the CannaGrow Expo, which is one of the world's top cannabis horticulture trade shows. Check out their next event: https://cannagrowexpo.com/
Cannabis Production Systems class
Discussion of the cultural practices, equipment, cost, environmental impact, and science behind indoor, greenhouse, hoophouse, and outdoor cannabis production systems.

This is the first class of the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course and is somewhat of an introduction to the core horticultural science topics that will be covered in more detail later in the course - topics such as plant nutrition, soil science, seed biology, Integrated Pest Management, and more.

Rental and viewing of this on-demand class counts towards the attendance requirement to earn an eBadge for the Cannabis Horticultural Science Course. More information: www.CanResearch.net/education
CAN! Research Breeds Opportunity in Oregon
CAN! Education instructor, Todd Dalotto at his breeding & research facility discussing plant-insect-microbe-human mutualisms, breeding strategies, sustainable production, and craft cannabis cultivation.

Video: Robert Brown, C.J. Liddle of iEcho Arts, www.iechoarts.com
Cannabis Horticulture for Retailers class

Designed for budtenders, owners, and retail staff to enhance comprehension of the horticultural nature & origins of the flowers and products sold in licensed cannabis retail facilities. An excellent staff training opportunity! See below for 40% business discounts.


This two-hour presentation offers what retail professionals need to know about the following topics: Botanical Nomenclature, Production Environments, Phytochemistry, Soil & Growing Media, Plant Nutrition, Plant Pathology, Pest & Pathogen Management, Contaminants, Plant Propagation & Nursery Care, and more.


Instructor, Todd Dalotto has an HBS in Horticultural Science from Oregon State University and has been researching, breeding, and teaching cannabis horticultural science in Western Oregon since 1999. Learn the science of growing cannabis from a top horticultural scientist in the world's most renowned cannabis growing region.


Earn an E-Badge for attendance! E-badges are used in an achievement recognition and tracking system that uses Open Badges for competency recognition, professional development, and connected learning. For more information about e-badges: www.info.badgr.io


Revised February 10, 2018


We offer you a 10% discount code at the end of the video that can be used towards a future on-demand video rental to make-up for a cut-off of fifteen seconds at the end of the lecture.

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Ten 2-hour lectures provide overviews of core horticultural science topics as they relate to Cannabis sp. for medicine and adult-use. Experienced growers learn the science behind their cultivation practices and improve upon their success.

Designed for all levels of scientific comprehension and suitable for those without a scientific background. It’s an excellent foundational learning course in horticultural science, as well as an effective employee training and credential-building resource. An optional final exam will be given after completing all ten classes.

Class Topics:

· Cannabis Production Systems

· Seed Biology

· Plant Propagation

· Soil Science

· Plant Nutrition

· Plant Pathology

· Insect Pest Management

· Sustainable Agriculture

· Breeding & Genetics

· Plant Architecture, Pruning, & Training; and course review

Students who attend all ten classes (recorded webinars in this playlist) with at least 70% grade on the final exam earn an E-Badge. E-badges are used in an achievement recognition and tracking system that uses Open Badges for competency recognition, professional development, and connected learning. For more information about e-badges: www.info.badgr.io/
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