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Training & Education

Full Spectrum IPM Training

  • Corporate Teams

  • Pathogen Identification for Production, QAP, Post-Harvest/Processing Teams

  • Effective Chemical Treatment Application Technique

  • Proper Biological Application and Storage

  • Best Practices for Sanitation and Hygiene-Contamination Mitigation

  • Proper Documentation Practices


Health Canada PMRA Education

  • Understanding Registration Numbers and Product Labels

  • REI (Re-Entry Intervals) and
    Re-Application Intervals

  • Compliance

Seminars and Community Education

  • Education for Non-Industry Professionals

  • Community Awareness

Integrated Pest Management 
  • Cultivar Susceptibility and Resistance Analysis

  • Preventative Maintenance Treatment Programs

  • Curative Programs/Emergency Protocol for Crop Cleanup

  • Biological and Chemical Application Schedules

  • Laboratory Culture Plating for Fungal and Microbial Identification

  • RnA Sequencing Testing for Viroid/Viruses

  • Pathogen and Pest Identification

IPM Regulatory and Administrative

  • Health Canada compliant SOP creation and revision

  • Regulatory Controlled Document creation

  • Chemical and Biological Approvals and Material Files

  • IPM role parameters and interviewing of prospects

  • Health Canada PMRA reference guide

  • Education Material and Resource Packages

Site Assessment

Design/Build Phase Contamination GAP Analysis

  • Grow Room Design and Equipment Assessment

  • Traffic Flow Assessment for Clean to Dirty Room Transitions

  • Preventative Equipment Recommendations based on facility requirements

Site Audits

  • Sanitation and Hygiene Practices

  • Chemical and Biological Applications

  • Environmental Monitoring

  • Pre-Scheduled Site Re-Assessments

  • Full Analysis Report


Research Trials

  • Research Design and Implementation

  • Execution and Data Compilation for pre-designed trials



Anoo Solomon is the owner of CannaProtect IPM Solutions which offers consulting services across North America for cannabis companies.


She works with design and construction teams at the drafting phase of new and existing facilities to ensure all contamination risk factors and deficiencies are addressed to minimize crop loss. Anoo is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Cannabis. Dedicated Scientist and Educator providing full spectrum application and consulting to ensure the healthiest and cleanest crops. She educates staff on the fundamentals of pathology and entomology to create universal awareness while working with the plants. Anoo is well-versed in plant propagation, grafting, soil health and nutrition, plant production under field, greenhouse, garden and container conditions, food and agriculture legislation and regulations, Quality Assurance and Compliance, GMP, GPP and proper sanitation practices to mitigate contamination and HACCP planning.

She has extensive experience within the Canadian Cannabis Industry and comprehension of the Canadian Cannabis Act (formerly ACMPR)/Cannabis Regulations. She has worked for one of the largest global cannabis Licensed Producers on a multi-site scale as well as multiple start up facilities.  


In a laboratory setting, Anoo has implemented microbial testing for pathogens within the plant genetics. She has performed trials on use of approved chemicals and their effects on cannabis under various environmental conditions.


Anoo has taught IPM, Plant Pathology and Entomology for the Commercial Cannabis Production Program at Niagara College in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.

Anoo Solomon
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What is IPM and why is it important? 


Integrated Pest Management is a decision-making process that involves environmentally sustainable, economically sound and efficient practices that are implemented using biological, chemical and cultural methods for long-term prevention of crop-damaging pests. Monitoring, identification and documentation are key processes in developing the most effective treatment program and establishing data trends.


Biological Practices: Use of predatory (beneficial) insects that target and eradicate pests.


Chemical Practices: Use of government regulated (bio)fungicides, insecticides, horticultural oils and insecticidal soaps to control pest and pathogenic infestations. (Please refer to your respective Agency for a list of allowable chemicals for use on cannabis ie. Health Canada PMRA, United States EPA)


Cultural Practices: Processes that interrupt or prevent the life cycle of pests. Some methods include starting with certifiable clean seed or clones, choosing resistant strains, use of sticky traps, maintaining a clean environment are a few examples.

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