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Damian Solomon Joins Conception Nurseries Advisory Board

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Cannabis tissue culture clone innovator Conception Nurseries welcomes ag industry veteran Damian Solomon of Plant Geek Consulting and King Solomon Nutrients to their advisory board. Solomon brings over 25 years of experience in modern horticulture to his new role, supporting the commercial production of clones. 

Damian Salomon joins the advisory board of Conception Nurseries. Solomon supports the commercial production of clones and contributes to the R&D team’s understanding of optimum plant nutrition with more than 25 years of expertise in contemporary horticulture.

Numerous farms both inside and outside the cannabis sector receive Solomon’s cultivation guidance. His practical experience in controlled environment agriculture includes best practices for start-to-finish production, developing and deploying new grow facilities, and assisting cannabis farmers in putting data-driven and business-savvy systems in place. He worked in vegetable growing for over two decades before offering cannabis advice. Solomon began introducing complex and extensive planting technologies to cannabis as new legal markets opened up.

According to CEO of Conception Kevin Brooks, “Damian’s breadth of knowledge and hands-on expertise in cannabis production and plant science is important in developing a sustainable supply chain. Conception will be able to provide value to our consumers consistently if we have subject area specialists like Damian on our staff.”

Solomon remarked: “It is an honor for me to engage with Conception Nurseries as an adviser to assist build on the outstanding job the team has already accomplished by working together on strategic initiatives that will provide new prospects in developing international markets. Conception Nurseries put their faith in both Plant Geek and King Solomon, and I’m grateful for that. I’m also looking forward to our future collaboration.”

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