Article by Tess Allen, Civilized
Say goodbye to your sad make-shift stash-holder. A Denver company is striving to bring the same level of hi-tech care exercised during cannabis production to the plant’s post-harvest phase.
Yofumo is a series of self-contained storage units meant to improve cannabis quality and user-safety across the supply chain, from grow to dispensary to consumer.
Via gaseous ozone treatment, the units “[refine] all aspects of post-harvest drying, yeast and mold treatment, handling, security, transportation, specialty processing and curing, as well as long and short-term storage,” according to a press release.
Yofumo technology can be used to control molds, fungus and bacterial contamination on any biomass – including grains, herbs and teas.
“It’s a comprehensive, off-the-stem-to-the-pipe germ control program for cannabis… that allows you to sustain cannabis in a way that you’ve never been able to before,” Yofumo CEO and founder Alfonso Campalans told Civilized.
Campalans said Yofumo’s creators were inspired to develop the hi-tech storage units after noticing a “vacuum [in terms of] what happened to the plant after it was cut off the stem.”