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Attend The ‘Grow Better Cannabis Seminar’ In Seattle


canna group inc canna group universityDo you grow cannabis, or do you plan on eventually growing cannabis? Growing cannabis is not easy, and requires a lifelong pursuit of learning. There is a cultivation seminar coming to Seattle next month that I urge people to attend if they are able (you can register for the event at this link here). Below are details about the seminar, along with a video that provides more details about the event:

Topics of discussion include:

  • Experienced Grow Facility Design and Operating Procedures
    • By Chris Macaluso; First Place at Secret Cup
  • Veteran Use of Equipment, Mediums, Nutrients and Aquaponics
    • By: Michael Elola; Lucky Garden Hydroponics & Aquaponics CA
  • Advanced Grow Techniques on Everything From Cloning to Curing
    • By: Todd Pershing; facility and award winning products featured in HIGH TIMES.

“I was truly impressed with your guys’ experience in the industry…Aaron your explanations were very thorough, and Chris your vast knowledge of the agricultural aspect was very helpful.”

– Darren Odesnik, ESQ.

“Just a quick note to tell you how much I appreciated the opportunity to, listen to both of you… Listening to you all is like trying to take a sip of water from a fire hydrant, not easy, but fun.”

– Dr. Corbett, Ph.D.

Attend this seminar to start growing better cannabis today! Seating is limited so buy your tickets NOW!

Purchase includes morning refreshments, lunch, parking, product giveaways and info….guaranteed!

SPEAKERS: 10am-6pm


Price: $275.00

Start Time: 10:00 am
End Time: 7:00 pm

Date: March 28, 2015

Motif Seattle
1415 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA
United States


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  1. In a gold rush, it’s smarter to be the ones selling the shovels. I seriously doubt there is much information that will be presented at these seminars that could not be gleaned from google and youtube. Because no matter how much people pay for these seminars, there is still a learning curve that one experience in order to actually grow. Better to spend that money on your first grow and learn from your mistakes than waste it when they could learn a ton just from watching Hygrohybrid or MedGrower1 and many others.

  2. Are there going to be a lot of people who need help learning to grow canabis when Oregon allows home grow in July?

  3. $275, early bird price $249, for a one day event?
    There is enough information on the net, and from the purchase of a few videos, to educate a new grower on how to become a reasonable producer.
    “I Grow Chronic” is an excellent video that teaches the basics step by step while additionally providing a few advanced techniques. Following Mr. Green’s guidance anyone with the a little bit of drive can produce a very nice first crop.
    The fact is if you have never cultivated marijuana and plan to jump right into the legal commercial industry you are screwed. Home work is not enough: practical application of said book knowledge is needed a few times before you can begin to grow like the pros.

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