Why join the Cannabis Horticultural Association?


    Member funding goes into research, review, testing and content creation specifically in the fields of organic, regenerative and biodynamic horticulture as well as permaculture and agroecology. Any addtional funding allows us to also increase consumer awareness of ecologically sound management practices for the cannabis industry and industrial agriculture.


    The content membership is an online database which provides a training tool for individuals, consultants, collectives, farms etc. to develop the scientific understanding for cultivating high grade cannabis with organic, biological and ecological methodologies. The database contains three broad categories of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) & BioControls. Within those categories are a range of fields including but not limited to: pest and pathogen management, boosting terpene levels, companion planting, cover crops, compost teas, sprouted seed teas, soil chemistry, soil biology, soil physiology, nutrients, additives, attracting beneficial insects, predatory insects, biochemical pesticides, microbial pesticides and organic chemical controls.


    By implementing our IPM methodologies, members are provided management tools for growing clean cannabis. Through our interactive membership, content database, research reviews and forum, members are provided research summaries and advised on various products and methods which can then be applied to fit best with their particular management.


    For commercial farms, a manager or owner can set up one centralized account employees can access via email login. The farm now has access to all the data. We recommend that farms usually upgrade to the CONTENT + FORUM so that if employees have questions they can use the forum to find their answers.


    Members of the Cannabis Horticultural Association have the added benefit to request the creation of new content based on their interests. Whether it be expanding the tutorials on compost teas, researching applications of different fertilizers or providing suggestions on pest control techniques, every member can now take part in driving the growth of the CHA database on organic and ecological methodologies. Member driven content does take time to curate and prospective members are advised to sign up for the CONTENT + FORUM if they want more direct and immediate answers provided to their questions.

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This video gives you an inside look at the content of our membership. With over 100 pages on horticultural management, our membership is an actively growing database with new content being added monthly.

get all the content, plus access to our consulting forum run by cannabis experts with scientific degrees. The forum provides members the opportunity to ask questions within all fields of the horticultural sciences.

Member Page Listings

integrated pest management

biocontrols• biopesticides •biochemical fungicides • biochemical insecticides • botanical extracts pesticides • microbial insecticides • microbial fungicides • microbial insecticides • organic processing• mixed path antagonism • indirect antagonism • direct antagonism • microbial antagonists • potassium salts • sulfur-elemental • chemical fungicides • chemical insecticides • organic chemical controls • beauveria bassiana • isaria fumosorosea • trichoderma • streptomyces • chromobacterium subtsugae • bacillus pumilus • bacillus subtilis • bacillus thuringiensis • enzymes • mineral oil • diatomaceous earth • potassium silicate • vegetable oils • garlic • giant knotweed • neem • pyrethrum • plant essential oils • minerals

pest management

whiteflies • thrips • spider mites • slugs-snails • russet mites • root aphids • cyst nematodes • leaf miners • fungus gnats • deer • caterpillars •broad mites • aphids • leaf hoppers • symphylans • cucumber beetles

pathogen management

damping-off • gray mold • powdery mildew • fusarium

beneficial insects

predatory insects • attracting beneficial insects • steinernema feltiae • neoseiulus californicus • neoseiulus fallacis • stratiolaelaps scimitus • amblyseius swirskii • amblyseius andersoni • phytoseiulus persimilis • pirate bugs • green lacewing • parasitoid wasps • ladybeetles

integrated Nutrient  Management

terpene biosynthesis • soil classification • soil biology • soil chemistry • soil amendments • biofertilizers • additives • nutrients • sodium • cobalt • chlorine • copper • manganese • nickel • boron • molybdenum • silicon • zinc • iron • sulfur • magnesium • calcium • potassium • phosphorus • nitrogen

ecological methodologies

companion planting • compost tea • cover-crops • sprouted seed teas • dynamic accumulators • attracting beneficial insects

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