Mon, 27 July 2020
A critical component of any cannabis cultivator’s business is establishing best practices around breeding plants.
Here to tell us how to create thriving genetic nurseries is Matt Gaboury of House of Cultivar.
Learn more at https://www.seattlecannabis.co/house-of-cultivar/
[1:04] An inside look at House of Cultivar, the largest cultivator in Seattle, WA
[2:03] Why Matt has shifted his focus from designing grow facilities to plant breeding
[4:51] Types of clients House of Cultivar works with, including I-502 licensed growers and processors
[7:24] A breakdown of propagation through cloning, mother plants, and tissue culture
[16:14] How House of Cultivar validates genetics to ensure they’re the best expression of the plant possible
[19:31] What it means to “reinvigorate” a plant
[24:11] The behind-the-scenes on how House of Cultivar delivers their clones to customers
[29:18] Where Matt sees the cannabis industry heading as it undergoes more specialization across the supply chain
[33:17] How large-scale nurseries will revolutionize cannabis from home growers to commercial cultivators
[34:16] How grow room technology has evolved and where Matt sees it advancing in the next few years