- Colin Bell is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of Growcentia/Mammoth Microbes. He received his PhD. in Biological Sciences specializing in soil microbial ecology and plant-microbe interactions.
- James Henrikson is the Director of Microbial Discovery for Growcentia/Mammoth Microbes. With undergraduate degrees in microbiology and biochemistry from the University of Oklahoma and a Ph.D. in Microbiology from the University of Georgia, James has long been fascinated with solving real-world problems by drawing on our planet’s vast microbial diversity.
- Karuna Chourey is the Director of Plant Microbial Interactions on the Growcentia/Mammoth R&D team. She has a Masters degree in Plant Sciences and a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology from the University of Mumbai in collaboration with the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre.
- Peter Baas is Director of R&D for Growcentia/Mammoth Microbes. He has worked in a wide range of ecosystems and has an advanced understanding of the interactions and complexities among microbial ecology, nutrient cycling, and plant growth. He has PhD. in ecology from the University of Georgia and he is very excited about developing and testing new products with the goal of making agricultural practices more sustainable for future generations.
This panel will be an in-depth exploration of plant and soil science. The PhD scientists behind the leading biostimulant Mammoth P will discuss the ins and outs of why cannabis plants respond to their environments in the way they do, and the role that the soil microbiome plays in cultivation.
Colin Bell Ph.D, James Henrikson, Karuna Chourey, Peter Baas