This Week on the ‘Lo Down: Soil Testing and Data Collection
Looking to optimize your planting practices? This week on our webinar, we’re talking about the importance of soil testing and data collection with Dr. Allison Justice of The Hemp Mine.
Date: April 9, 2020
Time: Noon-1pm PT
Please register using the form on this page, and we will email you the link and details to log on by phone or computer.
What You’ll Learn About Soil Testing
- Why soil testing matters and how to do it right.
- Why soil testing means more than cannabinoid ratios.
- The way testing connects to regulations at the farm-level, with special insights for southern states like the Carolinas, Florida, and Georgia.
About Allison Justice, PhD
Allison Justice co-owns and manages all operations at The Hemp Mine, a 40-acre hemp farm that manufactures a wide array of consumer-ready products, from smokeable flower to tinctures of different concentrations for both humans and animals. These products are sold in more than 1,500 retail stores across the Southeastern US. Justice also owns a large-scale hemp CBD extraction facility, SC Botanicals, in her home state of South Carolina.
Justice holds a PhD in Plant and Environment Science from Clemson University. She is the former VP of Cultivation for OutCo LLC., a vertically integrated cannabis producer in San Diego, CA. Dr. Justice is also an integral voice on the California Industrial Hemp Advisory Board and SC Farm Bureau, helping to advise on industry policy and regulation. In 2017, she was named one of the top “40 Under 40 in Cannabis” by Marijuana Venture Magazine. In 2018, City Beat named Justice one of “San Diego’s Most Important People.”
About the ‘Lo Down
HiLo wants to serve its farmers and the greater hemp community with the latest and best information available, especially during this time of uncertainty. We’re talking to farmers every day, fielding the questions and sharing our best advice, so these ‘Lo Down webinars are designed to do just that online.
Join us every week on Thursday at lunchtime to hear what we’re hearing, and get your questions answered.