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  • April 15, 2022

    Rice Root Aphids – Persistent Pests The rice root aphid is one of the more persistent pests cannabis cultivators encounter and can cause significant damage if left untreated.  As their name suggests, rice root aphids colonize the rhizosphere of cannabis and feed on the sap running through the root system.   How to spot Rice Root Aphids Active primarily ...

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  • March 13, 2022

    Tissue Culture TrueClones™, Tweens or Teens: Which Should You Choose?  Choosing where to source your plant stock is a critical decision in your cultivation operation that includes not only what cultivar to purchase but also the source and size of the plant. At Conception, we offer three different sizes including our TrueClone plant packs, tweens, and ...

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  • March 9, 2022

    Generation Zero Cannabis Tissue Culture Clones Versus Traditional Nursery Clones: Choosing your plant stock can be one of the most important steps in mitigating risk in your cultivation operation.  Tissue culture for nursery production was commercialized over four decades ago and is widely used across agricultural and horticultural sectors.  Strawberries, blueberries – many of the ...

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  • February 10, 2022

    Plant science comes with its own vocabulary; at Conception Nurseries, we recognize that some of the words we use daily might not be familiar to those who are new to micropropagation. We’ve put together a cheat sheet of definitions for the words we use the most, we hope it’s helpful for you! Apical shoot (or ...

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  • December 15, 2021

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  • December 15, 2021

    STEP 1 When ready to transplant, remove the film layer on the sterile plant pack and carefully remove the rooting tray. STEP 2 Wearing gloves, gently remove the rooting cube from the tray. STEP 3 Place the rooting cube below the soil just enough, so that no root hairs are exposed and the base of ...

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  • November 30, 2021

    Tissue culture was commercialized roughly four decades ago and is widely used across agricultural and horticultural sectors. Until recently, the technology had not been adopted by the cannabis industry, due to a lack of knowledge sharing between industries and the long history of legal barriers. Tissue culture gives the industry true-to-type cultivars that are pest ...

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