CurbedWith sales and pot tourism booming in states that have legalized marijuana, a new trend is taking off: home cannabis accessories. And while previous hydroponic growing systems were bulky, unattractive, and always ran the risk of making your entire apartment smell like a grow house, a new startup looks to change all that.
MashableBack in the day, growing weed at home involved you forfeiting an entire closet or room in your home, along with endless hours of research, constant attention and, of course, the risk of arrest. But now that cannabis is legal in multiple regions of the United States, the industry is booming with new and creative ways to grow the sticky icky indoors.
The VergeWe've seen more than a few products that offer customers the chance to grow fresh fruit, herbs, and vegetables in their own home with minimal effort, but a device named Grobo from a Canadian startup looks like it might be the most straightforward yet. Its creators describe it as a "Keurig for plants."
DezeenA Canadian startup has designed an app-controlled home growing system that is intended to make growing organic food and cannabis easier (+ movie). To accommodate marijuana plants and other larger crops, the company designed its Grobo device to be larger than similar home gardening products on the market.