As a master grower, you’ll ensure we grow different strains properly, and you’ll identify and resolve issues with plants and manage budgets. You should have a hands-on approach with good knowledge of cannabis genetics and growth requirements. If you’re also dedicated to the good cause of medical and recreational marijuana, we’d like to meet you.
Use this marijuana master grower job description template to find people who can help your marijuana production flourish. Feel free to modify this template based on your company’s needs; add information on your location, the size of your facilities and benefits you offer.
We are looking for a Master Grower to oversee our cannabis production. It’s an opportunity for you to join a thriving business in a blooming industry.
Your ultimate goal will be to ensure we satisfy our customers with high-quality marijuana products.
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The status of Master Grower may or may not be required by all companies or individuals looking to hire someone to oversee their growing operation.
A Master Grower is essentially an informal/unofficial certification or status within the legal cannabis industry. It is conferred by several different organizations both in classroom settings and online to prepare individuals to oversee all aspects of a marijuana growing enterprise. In other words, the title is handed down by peers in the industry, rather than a governing institution or equivalent.
There is not currently a standardized Master Grower program or any set of universally recognized skills that a Master Grower must possess. There are also no accredited institutions of higher education that confer the title of Master Grower onto anyone.
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Likewise, a person can, with experience, assume the role of Master Grower among many other growers, unofficially, by simply taking charge of the grow and being the troubleshooter.
A proven combination of horticultural skills in the field or greenhouse setting, an acumen for making sound business decisions, and an understanding of growing cannabis will often substitute for any document touting one as a Master Grower.
Master Growers must not only be well versed and experienced in the growing of cannabis, but be generally educated in the fields of horticulture, agriculture and/or botany. Organizations and companies that hire Master Growers generally expect that they can handle every aspect of the grow from designing the space, figuring the equipment needs, composing the growing protocols, and may even be responsible for hiring all of the staff that would ultimately report to him or her.
If a grow room is operated by a sole individual, that person may or may not simply refer to themselves as a Master Grower, by default.