Findings from our recent study with CSIRO released

Cannatrek is excited to share the results of our recent partnership with CSIRO, which concentrated on comprehending the essential nutrient requirements of the plant.

Study points to more cost-effective and sustainable cultivation

Up until now, scientific literature regarding plant mineral nutrition has been limited. These findings bolster the Australian plant-based medicine industry’s growth by creating intellectual property and enriching the sector’s knowledge.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to CSIRO for joining Cannatrek on this journey and contributing to the crucial research that benefits patients across Australia.

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