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Effect of nitrogen on tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content in hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) leaves at different positions

  title={Effect of nitrogen on tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content in hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) leaves at different positions},
  author={I. B{\'o}csa and P{\'e}ter M{\'a}th{\'e} and L. Hangyel},

Influence of Agroclimatic Conditions on Active Substances Content in Hemp Cultivated in the South-East Baltic Region

ABSTRACT Influence of agroclimatic conditions on active substances content in hemp cultivated in the South-East Baltic region Abstract: Due to legal regulations prohibiting cultivation of cannabis

Cannabis sativa L. – cultivation and quality of raw material

Cannabis sativa L. is a cosmopolitan species which is widely distributed around the world, and this collective name is used to denote various botanical forms. Two varieties have economic

Semi-quantitative analysis of cannabinoids in hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) using gas chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry

This study describes a new method of cannabinoid separation from plant material using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) as the analytical tool to detect low abundance cannabinoids that will likely have implications for future therapeutical treatments.

Cannabis sativa L.: Crop Management and Abiotic Factors That Affect Phytocannabinoid Production

The main characteristic of Cannabis sativa L. is the production of compounds of medicinal interest known as phytocannabinoids. Environmental factors and crop management practices are directly related

The overview of existing knowledge on medical cannabis plants growing

This review summarises the existing knowledge about phytocannabinoid biosynthesis and the conditions suitable for growing plants as sources of medical cannabis and attempts to delineate how nutrient type and bioavailability influences the synthesis and accumulation of specific phytOCannabinoids based on contemporary knowledge of the topic.

Potential impacts of soil microbiota manipulation on secondary metabolites production in cannabis

This review provides an overview of the potential role of the soil microbiome in production of cannabinoids, and discussed that manipulation of cannabis-associated microbiome obtained through soil amendment interventions of diversified microbial communities sourced from natural forest soil could potentially help producers of cannabis to improve yields of cannabinoids and enhance the balance of cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol proportions.

Effect of Rhizophagus irregularis on Growth and Quality of Cannabis sativa Seedlings

The findings suggest that the application of high doses of Rhizophagus irregularis (AMF3) on float system-produced cannabis seedlings results in a considerable increment of their quality.