Throwback Thursday to last April’s Driscoll's University, where industry leaders learned the ins and outs of our century-old berry business (and taste-tested their weight in strawberries). 🍓
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Leaf Science takes a closer look at myrcene, a terpene commonly found in mangoes that is known to interact with THC. Myrcene is also found in hops, basil, bay leaves, and thyme. Terpenes such as myrcene are found in cannabis, and they play a role in how it is experienced. They can impact the way THC binds to cannabinoid receptors, and also exert effects of their own. This results in the entourage effect, a combined effect of cannabis' many cannabinoids and terpenes.
Our replanting kits are essential for every new growing season! Fertilizer and dolomite are absorbed at just the right pace and the organic, peat-based potting mix is perfect for the roots of your plants to gain the necessary nutrients throughout its life stages. You'll be amazed to see the bountiful harvests and convenience of growing with the EarthBox® Planting Kit.
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For our Jumbo Blueberries, only certain varieties have been selected because we think they’re the best-tasting and the most delightful, combined with their extra-large size. Flavor is always the highest priority for our Joy Maker team. Who's spotted our Jumbo Blueberries in the produce aisle? 💙 || 📷: @agoldberg87
The Integrated Plant Growth Facility manages over 100 species in 47,530 sq. ft. of greenhouse space including the root crop, Cassava, which serves as the primary food source for more than 750 million people each day. Scientists at the Institute for International Crop Improvement at the Danforth Center seek to translate key discoveries in plant disease and pest management, genomics, advanced breeding, and nutrition to staple crops that contribute to food security, and that are underserved by commercial agriculture. Cassava grows well in conditions of drought and low soil fertility prevalent in many African countries and in our greenhouse they thrive in temps of 86°F, not bad when St. Louis’ current temp is 16°F. #STLWX#plantscience#Cassava#IICI#DanforthCenter