Appliance Brings Cloud Computing To Home Marijuana Growers

Appliance Brings Cloud Computing To Home Marijuana Growers
Food & Beverage

Growers can put their seeds in the LEAF device and monitor the plant's development closely or let the system's network take care of everything

Zack Palm
  • 16 december 2016

As marijuana legalization spreads throughout the United States, companies are making it easier to grow at home. LEAF is a self-contained, growing system connected to an app using cloud computing that monitors the plant at various stages of its growing cycles, allowing owners to make changes even on-location.

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