The state-by-state legalization of cannabis has made thousands of strains legally available.
Many cannabis users still find growing their own weed appealing — and others may have the need to grow cannabis due to a lack of nearby dispensaries.
Cannabis cultivation is a meticulous process that involves more than just planting a seed or a clone and watering it regularly.
It requires special lighting, constant temperature, humidity, nutrition and many other factors to create a high-quality crop.
Luckily, there are solutions that make growing weed easier, even in the comfort of one’s home.
One of these solutions is Seedo, a special pod that takes care of the entire growing process and can be controlled through an app on a smartphone. For a better understanding about Seedo Corp (OTC: SEDO), Benzinga spoke with the Israeli company’s CEO Zohar Levy.
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From Lettuce To Cannabis In One Decade
Seedo did not start as a platform for growing cannabis, and at first it wasn’t developed for home use.
In 1999, Michael, a technologist, and Jacob, an agronomist, joined forces to develop a system that would allow growing vegetables in large 40-foot containers.
They succeeded, although the price of the crop was too high to make it …