Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Consultant joins PharmOut

Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Consultant joins PharmOut

PharmOut welcomes new Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Consultant

Lead Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Consultant

Dr Matthew Hayes is the newest member of the PharmOut team and will apply 15 years controlled environment Medicinal Cannabis Consultantsagriculture experience to the rapidly growing International Medicinal Cannabis Industry.

Matt has a background in digital phenomics and plant breeding, most recently with Agriculture Victoria at the AgriBio centre, where he was responsible for the design and management of high-throughput plant performance trials. Across the complete growing cycle from plant propagation and tissue culture, to plant production to strict specifications and harvest,

Matt takes a science-based approach utilising automation and other cutting-edge equipment. With foundations in plant physiology, molecular biology, genetics and biochemistry, Matt’s considerable expertise is available for PharmOut clients to consult on facility and cultivation system design, horticultural lighting and other equipment specification, genetics, and GACP and GMP certified workflows. In short, all cultivation-related matters and problems our industry partners may face.

Matt joins our international team of Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation, Compliance, Architectural and Engineering consultants. Andy Exner, our US based Master Grower, will be working closely with Matt and the local Australian team.

PharmOut are working on numerous Medicinal Cannabis facilities around the world. We have active projects from Australia to Zimbabwe (and Canada, Greece, New Zealand, Mexico, South Africa), designing, building, validating and helping operate. If you have a proven track record, and would like to join our expanding team as a Medicinal Cannabis Consultant, why not call us for a confidential conversation?

Read more about our medicinal cannabis consulting services or one of our other blogs on Medicinal Cannabis.

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