18 Nov J. Huete participates in a webinar on medical cannabis as a business opportunity in Latin America
Azierta’s Virtual Forum brings together experts in the field to shed light on the infinite possibilities of this crop for investors and farmers
Growing medical cannabis is one of the major trends in the agricultural sector in recent years due to the multiple possibilities it has for treating illnesses and alleviating symptoms. J. Huete, a greenhouse manufacturer, has in its catalogue customised solutions that allow it to take care of the entire process of growing this type of plant, and thanks to its innovative commitment to high technology, to increase the number of crops from around 5,000 to more than 100,000 in a single year in an area of just one hectare.
This is just one of the successful options offered by the projects led by J. Huete, as explained by its Medical Cannabis Project Manager, Amir Abbas Khan, at Azierta’s Virtual Forum. This online event, under the title ‘Medical Cannabis, a business opportunity for Latin America’, brought together experts in the field to discuss the infinite possibilities of this crop for investors and farmers.
Experts in manufacturing medical cannabis greenhouses
During his presentation, Abbas Khan presented various points of view on the management of medical cannabis greenhouses, as well as some important information for anyone interested in developing a crop of this type. For example, he showed the vital impact of the mother plants in the start of the cycles, the work to be done during the rooting, vegetative and flowering phases, etc.
J. Huete International, which has a GACP licence, has extensive experience in the construction of high-tech greenhouses for the development of medical cannabis crops, adapting in all cases to the needs and concerns of customers, who also come from all over the world. This makes the company, based in the Region of Murcia but with distributors on all five continents, a specialist in humidity and temperature control, compartmentalisation, disease reduction, etc., thus favouring healthier, stronger and higher quality crops. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)