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5 eco-friendly practices to prevent pathogens in a marijuana cultivation operation

(Editor’s note: This story is part of a recurring series of commentaries from professionals connected to the cannabis industry. Caleb Johnson is director of customer success at Albuquerque, New Mexico-based Terra Vera.)

Like all plants, cannabis is often vulnerable to pathogens that can affect quality, purity and yield.

As a grower, it’s important to be proactive in both the management and prevention of pathogens.

Many cultivators often struggle with finding solutions that are effective in protecting plants while also safe for staff, consumers and the environment.

What are the common marijuana and hemp plant pathogens?

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