The 2019 Cannabis Industrial Marketplace Oklahoma Summit and Expo, April 3-4 at the Central Park Hall in Tulsa, will feature some of the top industry professionals, researchers and brand representatives in a seminar format focused on education, optimization and standard practices. 

A leader in cultivation technologies, Urban-Gro delivers some of the best in-class systems, solutions and technologies to large-scale cannabis cultivators throughout North America.

Recognized as one of the industry’s 20 largest ancillary companies, Urban-Gro continues to develop innovative technologies to optimize efficiencies and maximize return of investment.

For more information, visit the Urban-Gro booth at 1053 East Hall.

Seasoned in organic farming and cannabis cultivation, Lucas Targos of Urban-Gro will address 2019 OKCannabis Expo attendees from 1:45 p.m.-2:45 p.m. on April 3 in Seminar Room 2, as part of a segment focusing on optimizing cultivation.

With a strong history of improving plant management practices, Targos, who has worked with the Colorado Department of Agriculture, certainly understands the fine details of maintaining healthy cultivation operations.

And while he has a planned presentation, he will also field questions from the audience, in order to cover as much information as possible during his time at the expo.

According to the Associated Press, “as of March 11, [Oklahoma] state regulators have approved licenses for 1,109 dispensaries, 1,972 growers and 553 processors. In addition, 63,647 patients have qualified to receive MMJ products.”

Save 25% on tickets for the B2B Oklahoma Cannabis Industry Summit and Expo. With medical cannabis now booming in Oklahoma, take the time to join thousands of industry professionals in Tulsa to learn about the expanding and profitable opportunities in this region’s fast-expanding market.

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