Hi-Tech

The Puffco Peak and other high-tech tools help legal marijuana flourish in the face of mainstream apprehension.

Using software specifically designed with the marijuana industry in mind is one way suppliers, manufacturers, dispensaries, and users are all protecting themselves and their businesses.

You can’t print your own strain of marijuana, but 3D printing on the molecular level does give the cannabis industry a very remarkable and lucrative business path to pursue.

Cultivators take the DNA of a specified cannabinoid and recreate it in a different form.

Trimming is a vital part of the cannabis cultivation process that removes undesirable leaves from the bud, making a smoother smoking experience for consumers.

Health Canada requires that licensed producers conduct mandatory testing of all cannabis products for the presence of unauthorized pesticides. To meet those quality standards, companies are finding enterprising ways to grow and cultivate “clean” cannabis.

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