The future of cannabis cultivation isn't in massive grow facilities with high-tech lights and complex temperature control systems. It's out in the open air, according to proponents of the sun-grown movement.

The sun-grown movement is being led by companies like Flow Kana, who consider outdoor cultivation essential to the sustainability of the cannabis industry.

Embracing the small, independent farm system infrastructure that exists in California, the company works with craft farmers to help scale their product and extend the range of distribution.

"We centralized everything post-harvest so that, collectively, our farms have the lowest cost of production going into the marketplace," CEO Michael Steinmetz told Civilized.

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Brandon Hicks ~ Civilized.life ~ 

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