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This Is Leaf, a Sleek Mini-Fridge That Might Be the Future of Growing Your Own WeedFirst, if you're a cop in a state that isn't Washington, Colorado, Alaska, Oregon, or DC; stop reading this. (And if you're a cop, you have to tell me. That's like totally the law, man.) Okay, good they're gone. We live in the golden age of marijuana.
Startup Launches Automated System It Claims Makes It Easy To Grow Marijuana At HomeI write on food and farming, from apples to aquaponics to absinthe. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Tweet This With last month's election, the U.S. reached a tipping point in the long fight to decriminalize cannabis. More than half of states have now declared pot legal, either for medical or recreational use.
LEAF Cannabis Home Growing SystemAs marijuana continues to be legalized across the United States and Canada and "cannbiz" is rapidly growing from lotions and potions to edibles and more, the range of products, services and information available to consumers is growing at a frenetic pace.
Startup reveals the 'Keurig for cannabis' that grows plants for youLEAF is a refrigerator that grows cannabis - users just plant the seeds It feeds plants from nutrient filled cartridges and adjusts the environment Users monitor their plants via the accompanied app and can control the features The fridge is 24 x 24 x 60, produces 4-5 ounces per cycle and costs $2,990 Residents living in certain states where marijuana is legal are allowed to grow their own plants, but the process can be difficult if you're not a skilled horticulturist.
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Leaf Is A "Plug N' Plant" Box To Automatically Grow Pot In Your HomeMarijuana is a sticky subject. Twenty-three states (and D.C) have legalized some form of medical use, but possession, growth and distribution are still illegal in the majority of the United States. However, as is the case with most new industries, slow regulation hasn't stopped innovation.