Former NASA Scientist Launches H.A.S.H. (High Altitude School Of Hydroponics)

Dale Chamberlain used to work for NASA, designing experiments for the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. Now he’s helping people grow top-quality cannabis.

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Former NASA Scientist Dale Chamberlain.

Dale has launched the High Altitude School of Hydroponics – H.A.S.H., with classes being held at Front Range Community College in Colorado. According to their website:

“A full service hydroponic school we are dedicated to high-quality instruction, hands-on training, reviews, supplies, service and customer satisfaction.

Weekly class offerings give straight forward explanations on how simple hydroponics can be for you.  Our expert instructors’ advanced work with indoor gardening includes years of research with NASA and other high-tech plant growth chambers.  Come enjoy the exciting beauty of indoor gardening with us… We bring out the green thumb in almost everyone.”

Their slogan is likely to appeal to new growers who have heard horror stories of first time growing: “Save Money, Grow Right The First Time!”

Classes will cost just $200, and are being held in the new era of Amendment 64 for Colorado, which allows all adults ages 21 and older to grow up to 6 cannabis plants.

We applaud this mainstream effort to educate the public on an important issue.

– TheJointBlog

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