The Hemp Mine Headline — Dr. Allison Justice
Published January 28, 2022 on Hemp Grower by Andriana Ruscitto Allison Justice Ph.D., CEO of The Hemp Mine, shares her top tips, insights, and lessons learned to help cultivators increase their chances of success when entering the hemp industry. Starting a business can be a daunting experience. And while countless factors are involved in the process, some can be more important than others. Here, Allison Justice, Ph.D., CEO of The Hemp Mine, a vertically integrated hemp CBD business in South Carolina, shares her top tips for success and advice she wishes she could tell her younger self when she first got into...
“There is a lack of research in the cannabis industry, especially concerning aspects that are important for cultivators,” says Dr. Allison Justice, CEO of The Hemp Mine. Together with Dr. Jim Faust’s Flowering Physiology Laboratory at Clemson University, they are aiming to change that. “We have created the Cannabis Research Coalition (CRC), a not-for-profit organization focused on cannabis horticultural research. Because of this new coalition, we will be able to address the cultivation and post-harvest issues that challenge today’s cannabis industry.”
The Hemp Mine is pleased to announce their collaboration with Clemson University to create the Cannabis Research Coalition (CRC), a not-for-profit organization that focuses on cannabis horticultural research. The Cannabis Research Coalition is a professional group dedicated to cannabis research. Dr. Allison Justice & The Hemp Mine LLC, an industry leader in cannabis genetics and production, have partnered with Dr. Jim Faust’s Flowering Physiology Laboratory at Clemson University to address the cultivation and postharvest issues that challenge today’s cannabis industry.
The following article by Dr. Allison Justice appeared on MJBiz Daily August 4, 2021. Learn about supplemental lighting and its application in outdoor cannabis cultivation. Traditionally when growing cannabis, the thought is to simply apply over 18 hours of light per day to keep plants vegetative and switch to 12 hours to induce flowering. This works, so why change it? As cultivation of outdoor cannabis spreads across the US, understanding how cannabis responds to light becomes very evident. Some growers are finding out that supplemental lighting is necessary even with outdoor grows. Photoperiodism Let’s back up a minute and make...