Potency Analysis Testing Learn More!
Botanical Diagnostic Analysis can be used for:
-Perfecting the curing of botanical flowers.
-Switching to a new technique of growing. Soil vs hydro etc.
-Helping to determine harvest times for different varieties/cultivars / strains.
-Self analyzing botanical varieties/cultivars / strains for therapeutic effect.
-Analyzing botanical varieties/cultivars /strains for breeding or results from crosses.
Certification is for:
-Assuring a caregivers’ patient/s that they are providing a quality botanical product.
-Transfers to other caregivers. Assure them the medicine is of top quality.
-Releasing a new variety/cultivar / strain to other caregivers.
-Patients to better determine the therapeutic effects of certified strains on THEIR condition.
-Helping to legitimize a controversial industry.
Genetic Screening Learn More!
Montana Biotech is proud to introduce the Plant DNA Collection Kit™. This kit has many functions! The small time patient, to the large scale farmer can gain from this kit / service!
In today’s environment of high competition in the medical marijuana industry, a way to distinguish what you have from your competitors is essential! This kit can be used to create a unique genetic profile of your hybrid! This PCR, gel electrophoresis based test can provide you a “picture” of YOUR plants genetic make-up!
Owner/Lead Researcher of Montana Biotech.
Mr. Lacerenza graduated from R.C.C. (Rogue Community College) with an associates degree in June 2004 after working for 2 years in the physical sciences department at R.C.C. as a student laboratory technician.
Joe enrolled in the PSPP department of the college of agriculture in their bachelor of science degree in Plant Biotechnology at Montana State University in 2005. Joe was published twice as the first author in two peer reviewed publications, one in Cereal Chemistry, 2006, and the other in The Oxford Journal of Experimental Botany, 2010.
In 2007 he was awarded the Spirit of Ethanol Award from EPAC (Ethanol Producers And Consumers) for his research in biofuels. Joe worked as a student and research assistant for four years in the PSPP department of the college of agriculture, MSU. His passion for plant biotechnology began when he started experimenting with marijuana cultivation.
Unfortunately, in the U.S. it was hard to discover the true scientific attributes to the plant he always yearned to learn about. For instance, a student could go to school today with the sole intent to go and work with peas, like Mendel once did, but not weed.
The Grow Buddy™ at home THC testing kit:
Plant DNA Collection Kit™ How does it Work?
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