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Wonderland Nursery with Kevin Jodrey

Wonderland Nursery with Kevin Jodrey

On this week’s episode of The Real Dirt, Chip recovers a lost interview with Kevin Jodrey of Wonderland Nursery.

Wonderland Nursery

Kevin is the head of cultivation at Wonderland Nursery, one of the top clone nurseries in the country. Nestled in southern Humboldt, Wonderland Nursery provides some of the finest clones as well as consulting and helping out other growers in the region and across the nation.

An old-school purist, Kevin puts his focus into knowing the plant that is cannabis, as well general plant biology and its relationship with soil and human interaction. His humbleness is obvious when he talks about growing his top-tier strains, resulting in some of the most in-demand clones in the industry.

Kevin Jodrey is one of the most well known growers in Humboldt County and is an internationally respected cannabis expert, known for improving and forwarding the modern cannabis movement. As a world renowned hunter of ganja genetics, Kev is fascinated by the search for rare, desirable, and marketable traits.

Kevin is the creator of Port Royal, owner of Wonderland Nursery, and co-founder of The Ganjier. He’s been a cannabis cultivator for decades, running his own operations and offering consulting services to the broader community. He’s spoken at universities, judged at the Emerald Cup, and consulted on cannabis related educational shows for National Geographic and A&E.

Featured in the New York Times, a pulitzer prize winning Washington Post article, countless other articles, books, and radio, and tv shows, he is at the epicenter of the Green Rush (and graces the walls of the Oakland Museum to prove it) and is guiding the industry as it transitions to legalization.

Listen to Kevin in this week’s episode of The Real Dirt where him and Chip talk clones, changing laws, and the future of the cannabis industry!

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Little Hill Cultivators Revisited

Little Hill Cultivators Revisited

Little Hill Cultivators is an award winning organic cannabis farm located in Northern California’s Emerald Triangle. Little Hill Cultivators specializes in light dep greenhouse flowers utilizing the sun for both full spectrum plant growth and powering fans reducing their carbon footprint. The strains they are known for include many OG Kush hybrids and selections from CSI: Humboldt and Archive Seed Bank.

On this episode of The Real Dirt, Chip sits down with Jefe from Little Hill Cultivators to discuss all things cannabis cultivation in the state of California. Jefe is a master cultivator, and winner of multiple cannabis cups around the state of California.

Fire it up with Chip and Jefe, as they discuss growing cannabis, changing laws, and the future of the industry.

Organic Humboldt Cannabis

Organic Humboldt Cannabis

Talking Trees Farms is a sustainably focused brand that produces single source cannabis and cannabis products from their farms in Humboldt County, CA .

Talking Trees cultivates Humboldt cannabis using only organic methods and inputs and never uses chemical pesticides. They guarantee clean, safe cannabis. The farms grow using mostly rain catchment stored water and permitted wells; not draining any water from natural streams, creeks or rivers.

With sustainability, environmental accountability and quality in mind, Talking Trees produces some of the finest organic Humboldt cannabis in the state. While he still has his skate and lifestyle brand known as the Satori Movement, Craig also owns Satori Wellness, a medical and recreational dispensary in McKinleyville, CA.

In this week’s episode of The Real Dirt, Chip and Craig talk about the old days in Humboldt, how things are changing in California with the new laws, and where Craig sees the industry going in a few years. Listen now!

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The Future of the Hemp Industry

The Future of the Hemp Industry

The International Hemp Exchange (iHEMPx) is a platform for buyers and sellers of hemp goods and services to connect and transact, and it’s revolutionizing the hemp industry.

There is a need for services like iHempX to facilitate the online marketplace for the growing hemp industry. As the likelihood of legalization of hemp looms around the corner, the market is already primed to explode. While the majority of hemp products sold in the United States comes from Canada which has a long history with hemp, there is growing amount of hemp in the states.

From seeds to clones to concentrates and flower, iHempX connects buyers and sellers internationally to get the products they need. With so many shady deals going on currently in the hemp industry, there is a need for a reliable and trustworthy middleman. iHempX is just that.

A growing desire for CBD products is also helping to drive the hemp industry, as the need for pure hemp CBD as opposed to CBD from cannabis flower is growing greatly. With the desire shifting from the recreational side of cannabis to the medical aspects, CBD from hemp is the purest and most efficient method of obtaining quality CBD.

In this episode of The Real Dirt Podcast, Chip and Mike talk about iHempX and it’s goals for the hemp industry, growing trends in the movement, and predictions for the future of the hemp industry. Listen now on iTunes and be sure to subscribe to get the new episodes early!

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The State of the Cannabis Union Pt 2

The State of the Cannabis Union Pt 2

Tune in to Part 2 of the State of the Cannabis Union on The Real Dirt with Chip Baker!

In part 2, Chip talks with Matt Bickel of Bickel Consulting, and calls up his friends on the east coast to get the latest cannabis news. Tennessee and New York are on Chip’s list of prank calls in this episode, and some others!

In some places, the cannabis industry is booming. Cannabis news coverage is rising, more people are getting involved and more money is flowing in to the industry. It’s bee an exciting year so far, and it will only get more interesting as 2019 gets closer.

Hear what those on the frontlines are predicting and those still stuck in the private market struggle with. You can also listen to this episode on iTunes, and make sure you’re caught up with Part 1 before you listen!

State of the Cannabis Union

State of the Cannabis Union

2017 was an intense year for cannabis. Thousands of people moved out of the private market and into the regulated industry. Thousands more moved across the country to work in the new booming industry. 28 states now have cannabis decriminalized in some form, whether medicinally or recreationally.

2018 has already been an intense year. Jeff Sessions repealed the Cole Memo, and we still don’t know what could happen. More people than ever before are on board with legal cannabis at the federal, and more politicians are starting to listen to the people.

In this two-part episode series, Chip talks with all his cannabis industry insiders on the state of the cannabis union. Matt Bickel of Bickel Consulting, Fletcher Watson of Archive seedbank, and many more weigh in on the current state of things and where they see the industry going.

Don’t miss this episode of The Real Dirt with Chip Baker and catch part two next week!

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