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10 Reasons Why You Need to Be Cautious About Pesticides on...

Pesticides Used in Agricultural Markets Are Not Always Safe for Cannabis. Eagle 20 is an infamous pesticide in the world of cannabis cultivation....

The Need for Cannabis in Professional Sports – 6 months later

Last week marked 6 months since I published the first article on the Need for Cannabis in Professional Sports. In that time frame, a...

Tilray Invests $24 Million In Portugal For EU Expansion

Tilray, the only American-owned, federally licensed commercial producer of medical cannabis will be investing $24 million to build out a medical cannabis production operation...

Jane: An Online Cannabis Marketplace With Real-Time Capabilities

Last week before I left the office I realized I needed to go pick up my meds from my local dispensary. I grabbed my...

Crowdfunding a Smoking Product?

So, you’re crowdfunding a smoking product, and figured you would use Kickstarter or Indiegogo? Fortunately, these platforms will not allow you to use their...

VPD for Cannabis Cultivation

In this Growers Spotlight, Growers Network interviewed Chris Vaughn, a lead grower with Higher Minds Horticulture about his experience with VPD control. Why all the...

Tips for New Cannabis Entrepreneurs in Recreational Nevada

Nevada’s “early start” program received a lot of pushback that almost delayed recreational cannabis sales on July 1st, 2017 (Read the previous article). However,...

DCN Featured on San Diego Channel 10 News

San Diego Channel 10 News stopped by the DCN and Canopy San Diego headquarters to chat with two cannabis companies. Their interest was about...

Entrepreneur of the Week: Susan Soares

Each week we highlight entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry for our viewers to learn more about the leading cannabis executives of our time. This week,...

Mexico Favors Regulation And Decriminalization

Mexico recently made international headlines by officially announcing the construction of a medicinal cannabis program that would regulate access and consumption for public use....