Current grower’s, grow managers, dispensary owners, extractors, and those just interested in learning about cultivating and extracting cannabis are encouraged to attend. There is no better place to find the education, products, and services to grow premium cannabis than the CannaGrow Expo.
There will be 35+ educational sessions offered, including a ‘Cultivation 101’ style class on each day for those just getting started. Sessions will address various topics essential to a successful grow, and are lead by a lineup of world-class cannabis cultivators and educators. If you grow, don’t miss this show!
Unlike other cannabis-focused events that target the business side of the industry, the CannaGrow Expo, now in its ninth edition, explores the art and science of cannabis production. Tailor-made for cannabis growers, grow managers, processors, dispensary owners and grow enthusiasts, the two-day conference will return on August 17 and 18 in Palm Springs, California.
With an expected turnout of 1,600 attendees, the event, which is open to adults ages 18 and over, boasts multiple attractions that will include an expo hall of 125 exhibitors and 35-plus cultivation-focused educational sessions taught by top growers and business leaders. In addition to professional cannabis processing and cultivation, other topics that will be broached are California compliance, lab analysis, financing, technology, sustainability and operational security
Recently, Jessi Rae, chief operating officer of CannaConnections, producers of CannaGrow as well as other cannabis events, DispensaryNext and Science of Cannabis Summit, took time to discuss the upcoming Expo and how it fills an important niche in the space.
We started CannaGrow with the idea to have a cannabis event that focuses on just strictly the production in our industry. We know there’s a lot of cannabis events but a lot of them deal with getting into the industry or they focus on the retail side. We wanted to start with the foundation of the industry. As cannabis goes mainstream, we want to make sure that the products that go out to consumers are quality and that growers have access to the new technology.