Thurs, Sep 29, 2022 2:00 PM EDT Join us in this informative webinar as we have a conversatio1n with the founders of Verda Bio, a cannabis and hemp cultivator. They will discuss their challenges with optimizing cannabis and hemp yield and how the Agilent HPLC dramatically changed their business operations and maximized revenue.
In a recent survey, over 60% of cannabis cultivators struggle to find the right time to harvest. Attaining batch to batch flower consistency is also a major challenge. Join us in this informative webinar as we have a conversation with the CEO of Verda Bio, a cannabis and hemp cultivator. She will discuss their challenges with optimizing cannabis and hemp yield and how the Agilent HPLC dramatically changed their business operations and maximized revenue.
Key Learning Objectives/What attendees will learn:
Who Should Attend:
Cannabis and hemp cultivators
CEO of Verda Bio
Jessica Tonani is a biotechnology professional with over two decades of experience in life sciences. Jessica is an entrepreneur having founded multiple companies. Currently, Jessica is the CEO of Verda Bio; a cannabis research company which she co-founded. Verda Bio is performing genomic, analytical and agricultural research on cannabis.
Jessica has been active in changing cannabis research legislation. She has worked on multiple pieces of legislation enabling the research of cannabinoids in Washington State. Verda Bio was issued the first State issued cannabis research licenses in the country and has sequenced the genomes of Cannabis Sativa plants, collaborated with leading research institutes, and tracked feedback from users to create a high-quality line of plant-based products; commercialized under the trade-name Basic Jane.
Jessica has been named one of the most interesting people in cannabis by Seattle Times and a cannabis leading lady by Cannabis Now. Additionally, Jessica has been widely quoted as an expert in publications such as Nature, Science, Popular Science, Bloomberg, High Times, Genome Technologies and Entrepreneur. Jessica was a Howard Hughes fellow with an MS in immunology and a BS in microbiology.