Medi-Cone Creator Teaches Growers How to Conserve Water

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on February 10, 2015 · 0 comments

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A former movie-rental mogul is teaching the next generation of marijuana manicurists how to grow more with less. George Bianchini is the founder and CEO of the Medi-Cone marijuana collective, purveyor of a distinctive marijuana cigarette that holds about a gram of marijuana.

But Bianchini is shifting focus from the sales end of things to the growing and breeding end, collaborating with a noted marijuana horticulturist. They are working together to develop more medically relevant strains of marijuana—strains that contain very little THC and more CBD. This kind of medical marijuana is highly effective for those with neurological conditions such as seizures and multiple sclerosis, but does not contain enough THC for a high. Because the low THC means this marijuana has very little street value, few collectives are willing to put time and effort into breeding or growing it.

He’s also put a new focus on water conservation, teaching growers how to effectively cultivate marijuana using as little water as possible. The technique is called wicking, and it was once used in the hanging gardens of Babylon. It’s accomplished by using a rope to transport water from reservoir to root system. The rope brings the water to the roots, and they take only what they need, reducing runoff and preventing the spread of fertilizers.

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