Home Grows Have Taken on an Entirely Different Meaning for Cannabis Companies and Enthusiasts During the Pandemic

Article by Anisha Dhiman, Growth Op

NEWS Home grows have taken on an entirely different meaning for cannabis companies and enthusiasts during the pandemic "It’s sort of cheating… we have got all the toys already" By Anisha Dhiman Home grow box unit at co-founder Roger Jiang’s place. “He put in a few plants alongside the cannabis plant in the middle. The rest include chili pepper, eggplant, peach, and pansy. Looks like a plant party so we called it ‘violating the social distancing rule’,” says Qin. Automated home grow box by Mary Agrotechnologies Inc aims to simplify growing cannabis indoors. Photo provided Not all are panic planters like Dianna Donnelly who has had a vegetable garden for the past seven years. “In total, I have about 15 different tomato plants, four tomatillos, six jalapenos, and 50 marigolds (one of my dad’s favourites),” she says. Photo provided Jonathan Hirsh alongside his cannabis and vegetable patch. “I am using old cannabis growing supplies to grow even more vegetables,” he says. Photo provided

On a work trip to China in late January, Frank Qin noticed something that would later influence the way he does business in the face of a pandemic.

“There were areas in China where there was a complete lockdown. People could step outside their homes only so many times a week, so some started growing produce in their balconies,” says Qin, founder of Markham, Ont.-based Mary Agrotechnologies Inc.

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