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Drones and Autonomous Systems Take Cannabis Industry Profits Higher

Updated: Apr 27

In states that allow cannabis cultivation, companies have turned to advanced technology to increase efficiencies in crop management, production and delivery. Exploring the cannabis landscape reveals how drones and robotics are taking cannabis business profits higher. This article does just that.

Topics: state law, cannabis, crop management, history, federal law, drones, robotics, precision agriculture, hydrostatic sprayers, inspections, Tanner Harris, mold, Toni Drummond, Autonomous systems, Wings, Collective Cannabis, EXO Delivery System, THC, CBD, CBD oil, marijuana, hemp, hempcrete, 1970 Controlled Substances Act, Agricultural Act of 2014, 2018 Farm Bill

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