High Tech: How Marijuana Legalization Breeds Innovation - Cannabis News

With the competition blazing and increased legalization on the horizon, we can expect to see the weed market become a hotbed for tech innovations.

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Growing marijuana at home could become as easy as plugging in a machine and walking away – Cannabis News

More and more people are going to be interested in growing their own marijuana after this year’s US election, which made marijuana usage legal both recreationally and medically in even more states.

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These Storage Units Will Keep Your Cannabis Fresh And Free Of Molds – Cannabis News

Say goodbye to your sad make-shift stash-holder.

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LEDs Light Up Indoor Farming and Marijuana Cultivation – Cannabis News

We speak with Randy Mortensen, who heads up a division of Lighting Science focused on cannabis and indoor agriculture.

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SuperCool™ Systems Files Patents on its Unprecedented Pod Indoor Gardening Format

The company unveils its unique growing concept: a portable, self-sustained, customizable, energy-efficient and sealed environment that can be constructed and used nearly anywhere, by virtually anyone.

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The Cannabis Industry Goes High-Tech – Cannabis News

Tech businesses of all sizes are trying to get in on the ground floor of the newest gold rush.

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Tech start-ups hope for marijuana sales growth – Marijuana News

The start-up world can expect to see a different kind of green in the next few years if the marijuana business grows as rapidly as some expect.

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Washington State Patrol eye new marijuana DUI testing technology – Marijuana News

SEATTLE -- Washington state troopers are keeping a close eye on their colleagues in Colorado who continue testing new technology aimed at keeping drivers high on marijuana off the road.

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California marijuana farmer develops pot delivery app

Joshua Artman developed a duo of apps that connect cannabis growers with dispensaries and users. Image: JOHN BURGESS / The Press Democrat

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Near the heart of the remote Round Valley in Mendocino County, a back-to-the-land father and cannabis farmer is trying to get in on the ground floor of an industry that could skyrocket if recreational use of marijuana is legalized in California next year.
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