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Home grows have taken on an entirely different meaning for cannabis companies and enthusiasts during the pandemic - Cannabis News

“Although we live in a world of unpredictability, COVID can’t stop the sun from shining nor can it stop the seeds from sprouting.”

On a work trip to China in late January, Frank Qin noticed something that would later influence the way he does business in the face of a pandemic.

“There were areas in China where there was a complete lockdown. People could step outside their homes only so many times a week, so some started growing produce in their balconies,” says Qin, founder of Markham, Ont.-based Mary Agrotechnologies Inc.

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