INTRODUCTION TO CANNABIS AND ITS CULTIVATION with JAMIE LITT at OZCF
This is Part 1 of a 4-part workshop series. (Book the full series for a discount here.)
DATE: Sunday 13 October 2019 <– NEW DATE DUE TO DEMAND
TIME: 09h00 – 12h00
VENUE: Oranjezicht City Farm (Cnr. Upper Orange Street and Sidmouth Avenue, Oranjezicht)
Spend the morning in Cape Town’s most wonderful urban farm environment learning about one of Nature’s most diverse and misunderstood plants – its history, its uses and how to cultivate it. This series of workshops is aimed at those who have limited knowledge of cannabis cultivation and consumption but who would like to start their own grow as permitted by our constitution to produce personal quantities for medicinal or recreational use.
This workshop, Part 1, is a 3-hour introductory course that will offer a cultural, political and botanical history of the plant. It will guide you through the process of selecting a strain that is right for your needs, and how and where to source seeds or cuttings. It will lay out the simplest available options for starting an outdoor grow and advise on the best materials for beginners to obtain the best results. (Click here for the other workshops: Part 2, Part 3, or Part 4)
Optional Extra: WhatsApp Support Group – join Jamie and others to compare pics and notes and get helpful advice as your growing plant moves along through the season. Requires at least one workshop booking. Select this option from the drop-down menu below.
NB: Regret, no refunds or date changes. Workshop restricted to participants ages 18+. Purchases in violation of this age restriction will not be refunded. Ticket holders may be required to show ID on request at the workshop.
ABOUT JAMIE LITT
Jamie Litt moved to Cape Town from the UK in 2010. Having been a cultivator for many years in the past, after a hiatus, he reawakened his passion for this amazing plant a couple of years ago. He has since expanded his experience base into all forms of cannabis cultivation both indoor & outdoor, hydroponic and organic soil-based. His particular interest is in the diversity of strains which are available and the ability to match specific strains to a person’s requirements.