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The Future of Cannabis Cultivation and Processing

The evolution of cannabis cultivation has played out as a consistent struggle to incorporate the tried and true small-scale growing techniques developed over generations alongside the technological advances in manufacturing equipment that are leading to new opportunities at an industrial scale. But with every step forward, it’s imperative we don’t lose sight of the attention to detail that goes into producing and processing the best possible cannabis flower — knowing that quantity can never compete with quality on a retail shelf. If the future of cannabis cultivation is not focused on quality as the highest priority, then the technological advances we make with trends such as manufacturing automation will not lead to sustainable growth or long-term profits. 

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