Large-scale agriculture operations and consulting for indoor grows
Operating traditional large-scale agriculture , Overseeing retrofit and re-design of facilities and outdoor greenhouses, Working in a plant pathology lab
Quinten has 20+ years of cannabis cultivation experience.
He has overseen the retrofit and re-design of several extensive production facilities and outdoor greenhouses and has experience with several different media, including rockwool, coco soil, and expanded clay pellets.
He has experience with traditional large-scale agriculture operations consisting of 7,500+ acres across several states.
Quinten has held positions at several different levels of cannabis production. To get his foot in the door of the industry, he took a position as an entry-level tech and briefly worked for one of the largest hemp companies in the country.
Most recently, Quinten was the Vice President of Cultivation for one of the most extensive indoor facilities.
He oversaw an 85,000 square-foot indoor production facility, producing ~1000 pounds of cannabis a month, and managed 50 employees.
Quinten also consults for several indoor grows using his extensive knowledge of IPM to help maintain the cleanest environment for his clients.
He has extensive knowledge of all products available for use with cannabis and their interactions.
Over the years, he has also established good relationships with several predator insect suppliers.
Quinten graduated from the University of Kentucky, where he received a degree in agriculture biotechnology.
He spent several years in a plant pathology lab working with rice blast fungus. Recently, the lab work he did in college was published in a premier genetics journal.