On Display Were Irrigation Systems From Huge International Companies Like Autopot , Which Was Selling Modular Systems To Growers Like Los Suenos , The Largest Recreational Cannabis Farm In The Country, Which Is Located In Pueblo.you Have Everything You Could Possibly Want, Says Eric Garcetti Of Los Suenos, Who Was Particularly Interested In Checking Out Ro Systems For Water Filtration At The Expo.

Naturehttp://www.newyorkmedmarijuana.com Wellness managers Joey Alexander, Tanner Kinnison and Tom Gorman at the Indo Expo.’ /> The first day of the expo brought together cultivators of both big- and small-scale operations to discuss the newest trends in the cannabis industry; the second day was open to the public. “We wanted to give back to the community,” explains Stephanie Swimmer, Indo Expo operations director. Businesses at the show interested in hiring were given signs to alert passersby. “It’s a great way to help people in town trying to get in the industry,” Swimmer says. On display were irrigation systems from huge international companies like AutoPot , which was selling modular systems to growers like Los Suenos , the largest recreational cannabis farm in the country, which is located in Pueblo.”You have everything you could possibly want,” says Eric Garcetti of Los Suenos, who was particularly interested in checking out RO systems for water filtration at the expo. On the product side, the expo hosted some ultra-soft launches. Max Brown works with flavors and smell profiles; his company, Extract Consultant, offered a glimpse of its newest innovation: flower flavors. Essentially, these are sprays that smell and taste like a specific flavor. Meant to flavor your flower, the clear sprays could be used for vape pens, tinctures and edibles. Nature’s Herbs and Wellness managers Joey Alexander, Tanner Kinnison and Tom Gorman at the Indo Expo.

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