Last week Seedo Corp., “Seedo” (OTCQB: SEDO), a high-tech company providing one of the world’s first fully automatic and controlled indoor climbing machines for its pesticide-free cannabis and agricultural markets, announced today it’ll be partnering with Kibbutz Dan in Northern Israel to establish the first fully automatic, commercial-scale, pesticide-free containerized cannabis farm in Israel.
Together with Israel’s recent approval of medical cannabis exports, Seedo is set to be a key player in this emerging market as its technology can achieve reliable and uniform production goals to satisfy pharmaceutical-grade standards. Within 36 months of operation, the project is estimated to make a minimum of 14 tons of dry cannabis marijuana, generating an estimated earnings of $24 million dollars.
In legal cannabis markets around the world, new research has brought to light concerns surrounding the prevalence of pesticides, solvents and bacteria present in today’s supply chain. This poses a serious threat to consumer
Safety, particularly for patients which are increasingly dependent on medical cannabis for treatment of many different illnesses. Seedo’s technology can control the purity of the crop to meet stringent compositional standards set by pharmaceutical and beverage firms seeking to supply clean and consistent products to the market. For other technology from Israel, including AI-based flux, join here.
“We are entering a new era of growing where demand for pesticide-free products will only continue to increase,” said Seedo CEO Zohar Levy.
This setup includes Seedo’s first commercial-scale product to meet growing demand stemming from maturation of the global medical cannabis market. Seedo is currently applying its proven technology, initially developed for home-grow apparatus, towards containers for industrial scale.
This new offering will allow Seedo to leverage and accommodate its existing and proven AI-powered technology to commercial farming applications, thereby maximizing the quality, yield and reliability of plants regardless of local climate conditions. By taking the guesswork out of the cultivation process, communities will have the ability to grow both native and non-native products with less labour, energy and water than ever before.
The airtight, stackable containers will allow cultivators to optimize land-use and reduce the environmental footprint of their farming operations. Each one of Seedo’s containers can offer a minimum quantity of 326 lbs of dry cannabis bud per year.
Seedo will also seem to supply its commercial product to agricultural regions in need of healthy and reliable food supplies. Each container features maximum daylight illumination, built-in carbon filters, automatic air conditioning,
And a clever post-harvest drying system which enables farmers to minimize cultivation costs and supply high quality food with prolonged shelf life. As rising temperatures and urban population growth encroach on global food
supplies, Seedo’s turnkey technology will allow communities to cultivate their food locally without fear of crop loss from external climate or weather conditions.
As its network of systems keeps growing, Seedo will have the ability to leverage aggregated data to discover the perfect growing conditions for each and every kind of fruit and plant species, even bringing some back from the brink of extinction.
As part of Seedo’s recent downturn, the company recently appointed Daniel Birnbaum, CEO of SodaStream (he also invested in Cannabit two weeks ago – rumors he will be making CBD soda drinks, maybe with Seedo tech?) , and Dr. Jendayi. Frazer, the former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, to its board of directors.
Mr. Birnbaum’s expertise in building global brands and Dr. Frazer’s work in international development and governance will inform the development of the industrial product to serve vulnerable communities around the planet.
Seedo is a market leading high-tech business providing the cannabis and agriculture industries with the world’s first fully automatic and controlled indoor climbing machine. Seedo provides growers with the freedom to cut prices
While producing high yields of lab-grade, pesticide-free vegetables and herbs.
Seedo’s AI-powered, turnkey systems enable anyone from ordinary consumers to large-scale manufacturers the ability to grow without previous experience or ample space. Competitors in this area include Grobo, flux, and Freight Farms, utilized by city food pioneer Kimbal Musk, brother to Elon Musk, founder of Tesla.
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