24 Feb Hemp Farmer’s COA & Genetics Education March 9, 2021
Are you a Cannabis Farmer or Seeking Knowledge on Everything on Cannabis Growing?
This is an event not to be missed by any cannabis farmer, hemp and marijuana. In collaboration with Midwest Hemp Coalition and Origo Labs expect to walk away equipped with all the knowledge you need to know to understand at length what a Certificate Of Analysis (COA) details.
Full panel tests although not required by law yet, they soon will be. They include the ability to analyze harmful mold/yeast, microbes, heavy metals, pesticides, and for a benefit, terpenes.
This event will be offered for free this one time ONLY!
Join Us Tuesday, March 9 @ 6:30 PM
Certificates Of Analysis define if your crop is “hot” or not. What does that mean? Arbitrary laws and regulations set by the USDA require hemp crops not to exceed thresholds of 3% THC in order to be legal to sell. If it surpasses 3%, it’s “hot” and there’s no turning back. In addition, mold and yeast are harmful components when smoked or ingested and can be harmful to patients. All these things and more are defined in a full panel COA.
By educating farmers along each stage of the plant’s process of development, we can tend to the plant’s needs in order to establish the results we intend to get out of our harvests.
New to the practice of commercial hemp farming? There is no better time than now to begin your understanding of the science behind the plant. Here we’ll answer:
• What is a Certificate Of Analysis (COA)?
• How do you read a COA? For those inexperienced to lab reports.
• What do the COA % indicate and why should you care?
• What business opportunities are offered to hemp farmers?
The event is free to attend for everyone. We will email all educational content directly to your email inbox with donations. And you will get a live shout-out at the end of the event too!