First Medical Marijuana School to Open in Palm Beach County
Apr 10, 2014 - 6:00:45 PM
As both his brother-in-law and one of his best friends battle Multiple Sclerosis, Rafer takes the fight for medical cannabis seriously. He volunteers with United For Care, the organization responsible for getting Amendment 2 (Medical Marijuana) on the ballot, and created the Institute of Medical Cannabis to help patients & their caregivers gain the skills necessary to have access to the most affordable and highest quality medicine. With early approval projections well over 70%, Florida is expected to become the next medical marijuana state this November.
For the time being, it will only be vegetables & legal herbs that are grown at Palm Beach County's first mmj school; but you better believe they will be the best tasting organically grown vegetables & herbs you have ever had! John M. Gatti Jr. M.S., instructor at IMC, has over 30 years' experience as a plant pathologist working in greenhouses & laboratories, cultivating plants, sampling soil, diagnosing and preventing diseases. Rafer has over 10 years' experience growing and breeding cannabis; including award winning strains, & specializes in grow room design, medical marijuana strains & lineage, breeding, grow equipment, organic soil & nutrients, and harvest & post-harvest techniques. Together, this dynamic duo has created a unique & streamlined curriculum designed to teach students in the most efficient and timely manner. Registration begins in April & classes are expected to fill quickly.
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