This paperback book presents scientifically based information on growing cannabis in controlled environments. It presents comprehensive information on all aspects of cannabis production. Chapters cover cannabis genetics and breeding, propagation, rootzone management, production systems, lighting, crop stands management, pathogen management, pest management, odor control, harvest and postharvest aspects, growing facilities, and environmental controls. The book serves as a production guide to cannabis producers, researchers, industry supporters, and students.
Introduction. Growing Facilities and Environmental Control. Genetics & Breeding. Propagation. Rootzone Management. Lighting and CO2 in Cannabis Production. Crop Stands Management. Pathogen & Mold Management. Pest Management. Nuisance Control. Harvest and Postharvest.
Dr. Youbin Zheng is a horticulture professor at the University of Guelph and the Vice President of the Canadian Society for Horticultural Science. He joined the University of Guelph in 2000 and has more than 25 years research experience in controlled environment plant production. His research has resulted more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers and many book chapters. His recent research focus includes indoor cannabis and other medicinal and nutraceutical plant production, greenhouse ornamental and vegetable production, nursery and landscape plant production and maintenance. Dr. Zheng has been actively involved in indoor cannabis production research in the past years, and his group has published North America’s first few peer-reviewed scientific papers on indoor cannabis production. He developed and is currently teaching the world first university-level Cannabis Production course. Dr. Zheng has been frequently invited to speak about his research results both nationally and internationally.
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