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Three Technological Advances To Simplify The Grow Process

Yielding a healthy harvest of potent, robust buds generally begins with the grow process. Oftentimes, many environmental and chemical issues alter the quality of cannabis crops. Like humans, cannabis needs adequate nutrition to thrive. Nutrient deficiencies often occur when plants do not receive a sustainable amount of minerals, resulting in wilting and discoloration. As technology

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District Cannabis gets a Hagerstown Location

The advancement of cannabis technology is of utmost importance around the nation’s capital, where the DC, Maryland, and Virginia clientele all flock to get premium-grade cannabis. To meet that demand, a Hagerstown, MD medical cannabis manufacturer recently announced the completion of a pharmaceutical-grade facility. District Cannabis, which provides premium cannabis for the DMV region, is

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CBD

CBD Vending Machines are a Game Changer for Black Cannabis Business Owners

When vending machines were invented in 1883, they dispensed postcards along railways and stamps at post offices. Since then, vending machines have offered photographs, cigarettes, and, more synonymously, snacks, and drinks. In 2020, technology has advanced to such a degree that vending opportunities exist for the cannabis industry. March 2020 ushered in a $20 million

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Blockchains- Not just for Cryptocurrency

Now that the 2018 Farm Bill made hemp legal, the FDA is paying less attention to the CBD industry. Although that gives farmers and brands more leeway with how the CBD is used, it also opens a lot of cracks regarding industry transparency. Similarly to how some cannabusinesses are implementing QR coding systems to keep

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News

Aerial Compliance

California has become synonymous with the legalized cannabis movement since 1996, when Proposition 215, or the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, was passed. In 1996, this legalization was ground-breaking, and due to the federal discrepancy, was met by mounting adversity by those in support of a strong federal presence. Even still, those in favor of

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Compass Tech

In higher education, everyone was on high alert for plagiarism. In business, plagiarism no longer gets a failing grade; instead, it could end in a failing business. Tracking plagiarized content in the marijuana industry is not as easy as running words through systems like Grammarly or Plagiarism Checker, though. In the cannabusiness space, business owners

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Tech

CBD Oil Extraction Basics

Traditionally, grow operations had a handful of ways to separate the cannabis oil concentrate from the plant; now, a proprietary new technology could add an additional option for extraction. CO2 extraction is commonly known as the safest and most efficient way. CO2 extraction is also how industries like coffee, tea, vanilla, fruit and nut extracts

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Black Cannabis Entrepreneurs: Don’t Miss This Read About Additions to the CBD Advisory Board

When you think of the relationship between marijuana legalization and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, the immediate thought is not one of peaceful coexistence. That’s not to say that overlap would be detrimental to progress; in fact, it’s doing the exact opposite. Karen Tandy was recently appointed to a CBD industry panel. Karen Tandy,

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Startups

Advertising Tips for Black Cannabis Business Owners

When cultivating a business, traditional marketing strategy suggests that the initial steps to success begin with creating a website, then running advertisements for products. Whether those advertisements are on media outlets, in publications, through word of mouth, or even posted on billboards, advertising for the conventional business is relatively simple. Anything goes. Canna-business entrepreneurs view

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Resources

Top Online Cannabis Classes for Black Cannabis Entrepreneurs

Writing. Reading. History. Math. Cannabis Marketing. Online courses and even entire curricula are popping up across the United States, with the ultimate goal of educating entrepreneurs on the effects of the cannabis industry and how to work within the legal confines of a federally illicit business model. There are essentially four ways that accredited institutions

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