The legal cannabusiness has been pushing innovation in all things growing and manufacturing related.

In the olden days of hemp it was farmed much like any other crop with backbreaking labor at the forefront of the process.

Today technology is at the forefront, not only controlling water and nutrients, but also monitoring for excess moisture and problems like mold and rot.

With these plants being as expensive and controlled as they are, any bit of technology to help boost yields is going to be a game changer. 

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Brian Wallace ~ TheMerkle.com

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