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  • March 9, 2022

    Conception Nurseries is restoring Cannabis cultivars to their original glory through the tissue culture process. Walking into Conception Nurseries feels a bit like boarding the U.S.S. Enterprise. It’s astoundingly clean. And shiny. But instead of redshirts milling about pushing glowing buttons, the rooms at Conception’s Sacramento, Calif. facility are packed with bustling PhDs in lab coats and ...

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  • February 3, 2022

    “To date, cultivators have largely been dependent on mother plants to produce clones from cuttings. However, this results in inconsistent harvests with diluted and uncontrollable traits,” says Kevin Brooks, CEO of Conception Nurseries, a cannabis micropropagation lab operating in California and Oregon. The company recognized early on how critical healthy, gen zero clones are to ...

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  • June 21, 2021

    Conception Nurseries will exclusively provide cannabis clones to the Cookies Family of growers. “Conception Nurseries’ tissue culture technology will enable growers to receive Cookies Fam genetics in consistent, healthy, superior plants, increasing revenue for cultivators,” the Conception Nurseries team explains. “Cookies is one of the most acclaimed brands in the cannabis industry, earning a global ...

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  • July 9, 2020

    By José Rodrigo Safdiye and Javier Hasse. Conception Nurseries is introducing the cannabis market to new growing techniques. Instead of having growers rely on maintaining mother plants to populate grow rooms, they can source clones from the Sacramento, California-based company. Conception Nurseries also has a facility in Oregon, and uses a proprietary cannabis micropropagation process which brings tissue ...

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  • June 16, 2020

    Conception Nurseries enables cultivators to reduce costs and improve quality with consistent, disease-free, scalable cannabis clones The legal and medical cannabis industry is a fast-growing, evolving market, and cultivators are turning to advanced scientific approaches used by big agriculture, such tissue culture micropropagation, to reduce costs and offer scalable, predictable, safe, high-quality, cannabis strains. This process ...

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  • October 1, 2019

    Read the entire magazine here: https://joom.ag/MXNe Watch our feature on CannaInvestor Magazine

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