As the cannabis market continues to grow and evolve, it’s important that companies continue to evolve along with it. And with some analysts projecting that the cannabis industry could be worth almost $66 billion by 2025, these businesses are well aware of the opportunities in front of them, and are constantly looking for new ways to improve and optimize their systems.
Growers, in particular, are acutely aware of the need for constant improvement. As both medical and recreational cannabis laws around the world continue to be liberalized, the demand for large amounts of consistent, high quality product will no doubt rise as well.
One way that these growers are harnessing the power of technology is by looking beyond traditional cultivation methods. Tissue culture, a technique that’s been used extensively in other industries, is one of these new technologies that many believe could become one of the dominant methods for cannabis production in the future.
Developing this technology on a large scale is a complex and highly technical process, but the fundamental idea behind it is this – tissue culture involves taking small samples of tissue from a plant, and using it to replicate that same plant in vitro.
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