Master growers are responsible for managing the day-to-day and big picture operations of a commercial grow facility ranging from indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse environments. As a master grower, you must possess extensive knowledge about cannabis cultivation and breeding.
Become an expert master grower and start making a name for yourself today. Master growers are unique, passionate about their gardens, and highly dependable. They seek out and enjoy learning about new and improved horticulture techniques, but many of the processes are considered trade secrets and the position is highly sought-after and competitive. This is for good reason because cultivating cannabis on a large commercial scale is not a simple task.
Master Grower Certification Fundamentals
· Plant Life Cycle
· Seeds and Clones
· Vegetative Growth
· Flowering Period
· Greenhouse, Indoor, and Outdoor
· Soil Mediums
· Water and Nutrient Intake
· Hydroponic Growing
· Pest and Disease Management
· Plant Training Techniques
How Much Do Master Growers Make?
The average salary of a master grower is between $120,000 and $150,000 a year. For the highest-skilled master growers, companies are willing to pay between $250,000 and $300,000 a year. Entry-level master growers can earn between $60,000 and $90,000 a year.