Agenda- CCBE 2019

Mammoth Microbes

By June 21, 2019 September 12th, 2019 No Comments

Title
Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer
Subject:
Soil health, IPM, Maximizing Yields
Title
Cultivating Healthy, High-Yielding Plants through Integrative Approaches
Email
mo@mammothmicrobes.com
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Through real world case studies, Colin will illuminate the return on investment that can occur when cultivators learn how to use microbes with precision (i.e mimic the microbial diversity found in nature) to maximize their plant health and yields. He will explain the benefits of adding life (i.e microbes) to soil or other growth media, which include increased yield, terpene abundancies, and cannabinoid levels in cannabis. Colin will also address challenges of integrated pest management, and describe how natural and sustainable approaches can work in cohesion with the entire ecosystem.
Speaker Bio
Co-founder, co-inventor and Chief Growth Officer at Growcentia, parent company of Mammoth Microbes. Colin completed his Ph.D. in Soil Microbial Ecology in 2009. As a Research Scientist at Colorado State University, Colin published dozens of peer reviewed publications that were focused on elucidating microbial mediated processes that enhance plant growth. Colin left his academic position at Colorado State University in March 2015 to launch Mammoth Microbes, a young company in the Ag-Tech sector that develops microbial biostimulants to sustainably increase plant yield, and all natural biocontrol products to prevent pests. Their first product, MAMMOTH P® is a beneficial bacterial bloom stimulant that targets phosphorus cycling to maximize both quality and yield in cannabis plants. Thousands of producers across the globe are currently reporting overwhelmingly positive results, and MAMMOTH P® is now being sold in > 1200 stores worldwide.Colin’s academic research includes long-term multidisciplinary studies in which biological, chemical, and physical characteristics of soils were measured to elucidate soil microbial and plant responses to climate variability. His more recent research efforts focused on plant-microbial relationships within the rhizosphere zone to identify mechanisms that may influence soil microbial taxonomic and functional differences among plant species. Prior to earning his PhD, Colin worked at CH Robinson Worldwide Logistics as a regional sales manager.