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 Architecture, Pruning & Training Class and Course Review

$45.00 / 7 days
$25.00
$450.00 / month

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CAN! Research, Education & Consulting, LLC

Tags:

Plant architecture
Plant Pruning
Plant Training
Cannabis Education
Cannabis Horticultural Science Course
Cannabis
Horticulture
Gardening

attachments
Cannabis Architecture, Pruning & Training Lecture Outline

Handout for the Cannabis Architecture, Pruning & Training class, revised 2018-04-12. (c) 2018 CAN! Research, Education & Consulting, LLC

Plant Architecture Pruning Training.pdf