Unlocking the Secrets of Cannabis with Byers Emissions Analysis


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In this episode, we dive into one of the most fascinating aspects of cannabis that I had never heard of. I sit down with Dr. Alex Guenther and Dr. William Vizuete, environmental engineers that have travelled the world studying the amazing ways plants regulate the air we breathe. Plants do this in part by releasing unique blends of chemicals called volatile organic compounds (VOC's). These molecules communicate the health and well-being of all plants, including Cannabis sativa. Yet, Cannabis sativa is unique within the plant kingdom due to the amount and types of VOC's it can release. With this knowledge, they now lead Byers Emissions Analysis (formerly Pacific Environmental Analytics). A company using precise emissions measurements together with powerful mathematical models to improve cannabis cultivation, processing, and employee workspaces.

Visit our site for more information https://cannasciencepod.com https://byers-scientific.com/emissions-analysis/

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