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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.

The new security guard doesn't need sleep. It doesn't need a bathroom break. It won't be distracted by cellphones. It doesn't get tired. It's like RoboCop without the gun.

Farmers are turning to cutting-edge methods to increase crop revenue.

GrowX’s aeroponics-enabled cannabis cultivation system requires 95% less water than traditional agriculture, and yields up to 300% more green.

Half the battle of infusing foods and drinks with cannabis is finding the right method.

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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