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Data Loggers for Cannabis Cultivation

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Data Loggers for Cannabis Cultivation Monitoring

MadgeTech data loggers support cannabis cultivators with their quest to maximize yields, prevent loss, and produce potent medicine that they can be proud of. These powerful devices monitor temperature, humidity, pH and CO2 levels to provide cultivators with the most complete possible picture of their grow facility.

All MadgeTech data loggers for medicinal marijuana have LCD screens to provide users with live, real-time data. In conjunction with MadgeTech 4 data logger software and a free MadgeTech Cloud Services account, growers can monitor their facility remotely from anywhere in the world with internet access, reducing stress and maximizing control.

Applications

  • Maintaining ideal conditions within a grow facility
  • Monitoring soil and water pH
  • Controlling CO2 levels to stimulate growth

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The legalization of medical marijuana has gained traction over the years with 29 states adopting legislation, however, there's still a bad stigma associated with the treatment. Although medical marijuana has been incredibly difficult to study in the past, recent studies and clinical trials are showing optimistic results.

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From the East Coast to the West, MadgeTech is excited to be heading to sunny California for the National Cannabis Industry Association's 4th Annual Cannabis Business Summit & Expo. MadgeTech will be showing its line of data loggers designed specifically for cannabis cultivators from June 12th – 14th at the Oakland Marriott City Center.

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Boston here we come! MadgeTech is making the quick trip to neighboring Massachusetts for the 3rd Annual New England Cannabis Convention this weekend, April 22nd and 23rd at the Hynes Convention Center. MadgeTech will be showcasing its line of data loggers designed specifically for cannabis cultivators to the more than 10,000 expected attendees.

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There are hundreds upon hundreds of different cannabis strains, each with their own distinct smell and taste. Now, researchers at the University of British Columbia have identified the genes responsible for giving strains their skunky, earthy and lemony flavors.

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