We’re hosting an Ask Me Anything event on Tuesday July 11th, 2017 at 11am MDT with @Todd Dalotto from CAN! Research to answer your questions about cannabis research, breeding and education.
CAN! Research provides consulting services and education on the horticultural science and public policy of cannabis. CAN!'s owner and lead consultant, Todd Dalotto is the most experienced cannabis consultant in Oregon, having been, until recently, the state’s only cannabis consultant for seventeen years, conducting cannabis horticultural research for nearly two decades, and earning a Horticultural Science degree from Oregon State University. CAN! serves clients in our home state of Oregon, as well as those nationally and abroad.
Horticultural Science – design & operation of licensed cannabis production facilities, specializing in Hoophouse Production Systems, cultural practices, employee training, and Crop Management Oversight Services.
Business Operation – technical input/review for business plans and other documents, authoring Standard Operating Procedures for producers & regulatory compliance
Cannabis Horticultural Science Course – 10-week certificate course, three terms per year, in Tigard, Oregon. Summer term begins July 13, 2017
Cannabis Hoophouse Production Course – 9-month course to educate, train, and guide licensed producers through and entire season of hoophouse production, from planning & construction, through to post-harvest processing
Numerous classes, workshops, presentations, and trainings. See website for offerings: www.CanResearch.net/education
Traditional breeding of inbred lines of high-THC and high-CBD cultivars
Growth, development, morphology, cultural practices, and mutualistic relationships of cannabis
CAN! Research, Education and Consulting - 541-752-9053 - www.CanResearch.net