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    Feb 05, 2023  
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BIO 307 - Environmentally Sustainable Cannabis Growing I


3 Credits; 3 Class Hours
This course equips students with a scientific and technical background necessary to understand the cannabis plant and its many chemical components. Students learn much about different Cannabis sativa (C. sativa) varieties and how these varieties work together to produce a broad and diverse set of often remarkable economic products. Students will deconstruct interdependent relationships of chemistry and horticulture found throughout cannabis plant growth cycles. Fundamentals of plant growth requirements, and plant care techniques are also examined. This course comprises an examination of basic and critical knowledge elements on cultivating cannabis plant varieties to produce such products.

Pre-requisite(s): CHM 201 (General Chemistry I) and BIO 202 (General Biology II) Co-requisite(s): None



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