Genetics

Preserve, protect and propagate your cannabis gene pool to keep an edge over competition.

Custom
Breeding
Tissue Culture
Propagation
Rare Cannabinoids
Research
Gene Pool
Preservation
Strain
Certification
Strain
Tropicalization
International IP
Protection

Hemp Sustainability

Disruptive research and cutting-edge technologies to keep you ahead of the curve.
Energy
Reduction
Hemp Pellets
& Biofuels
Superfoods
Responsible
Waste & Water
Soil
Remediation
Hempcrete
Impact
Farming
CO2
Sequestration

Market Intel

Proprietary research on the hottest consumer and regulatory trends.

Daily
News Briefings
Ad-hoc
research
Custom-made
industry reports
Surveys
& Focus Groups
Trend
Anticipation

Performance:Developing an autoflowering, mold-resistant cultivar for the tropics

LOCATION

Colombia

Our Colombian breeding team working on a cannabis strain for sub-tropical regions.

Solution

Breeding

Generational selection of mold-resistant individuals for cross-pollination with autoflowering mothers.

Challenge

Climate

A year-long 12/12 daylight cycle with high relative humidity levels and a wide ratio of temperatures.

Impact

KPIs

Our 7th-generation mothers have reduced mold vulnerability by +50% and increased yield by +15%.

Insight: Hemp paper, a real solution to a real problem.

Everybody talks about the benefits of making paper from hemp. Here is a very brief summary:

  • From an hectare planted with hemp you can obtain 3 to 4 times more cellulose fiber per year than from a forest. Furthermore, you don’t require using pesticides or herbicides.
  • Hemp can be harvested four months after planting instead of the 10 to 20 years it takes for a tree to mature, depending on its species. Additionally, the cellulose content is 70% vs. 30% and with much less lignin.
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