Living Soil at Home is an interactive online grow course, which teaches you how to apply Organic No-Till
Living Soil growing methods at home. Join us remotely and follow along with each lesson while practicing
with your own plants at home!
This course is specifically designed for small-scale indoor growers, but all big things start small; if you are
interested in applying this regenerative farming method—at any scale—will benefit from taking this
class as a starting point.
Pick all the best equipment with expert guidance, create a perfect indoor environment, and learn to prepare your soil with the ideal top cover, microbial life, bugs, and worms.
Learn step-by-step procedures with unique living soil-based approaches to seed germination, cloning, and transplanting using all-natural products that will improve your success rates.
Watch your plants explode with growth using living teas in a variety of ways as you learn to apply a vast set of symbiotic life forms that help plants to be resilient to all sorts of pathogens.
Know when to switch the type of living tea during early flower onset in order to maximize early bud growth, while learning to monitor and maintain your plants on multiple fronts.
Understand every step necessary to ensure that your flowers finish at the ideal maturity level, free of contaminants, and—of course—with a loud nose and an amazing flavour profile.
Become a curing master with the help of those with a lifelong obsession for the craft, and learn to get everything ready for your next round.
Each module is designed to cover key points of your plant’s life cycle and includes an informational video, an easy to read PDF module summary and a live interactive session where Master Grower Mike Chyczij will directly answer your questions as you learn and apply no-till living soil methods at home
I entered the course thinking I would learn a few new things and hear about a lot of topics I already knew about. I was blown away with the in-depth content and detail on every topic. It became quickly evident how much about cannabis I needed to learn and thanks to this class I have a ton of new found confidence!
Loved the course and knowing there is guidance available following. Can’t wait to use this knowledge and further my cannabis education. Thank you!
This course and the instructor’s knowledge and enthusiasm re-ignited my passion for the plant and provided me with tools and tips to create a more intimate and informed relationship moving forward. Stoked!
To try to gather this knowledge yourself could probably be done but to sit down with an instructor who is clearly informed and passionate made this an exciting experience. Where in the past I have been left confused by things (trying to research alone), I now have a clear cut, hands-on understanding of every part of the cannabis plant. Thanks,
Mike brings over 20 years of experience in cultivating cannabis. His methodologies have taken numerous twists and turns as new technologies—in conjunction with more accepting social attitudes toward the practice–have emerged over the course of time. Mike’s primary source of inspiration is rooted in the diverse range of expressions in cannabis varieties currently extant, their lineages, and the potential of this plant to express itself in unimagined ways, moving forward. In addition to a profound respect for the plant, Mike’s time at University of Toronto (Department of Anthropology) has calcified his appreciation for the ethnological and historical underpinnings of cannabis cultivation and culture globally.
The master educator of the CannaReps crew, Adolfo brings 20+ years of experience as a grower, community organizer, researcher, and consultant in the cannabis industry. Whether you’re an eager student or an industry veteran, Adolfo inspires people to adopt the ‘eternal learner’ mindset when it comes to cannabis because he believes that it can change lives and help communities heal when we treat the plant and its users with respect and understanding. Adolfo’s advocacy for dispensaries, clients, and deeper research in cannabis often see him at the head of the room, presenting his research and moving public policy forward.