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SuperCool Pods are environmentally friendly through their use of recycled water and solar panels.
Cannabis cultivation requires a lot of water. In comparison to grape vines for example, which can be dry-farmed after establishing themselves, Cannabis plants need daily feedings of water (outdoor plants much more than indoor plants). Given the California drought does not seem to be ending anytime soon, regulators and interest groups need to consider how the new Cannabis regulations and potential recreational use of Cannabis will effect water usage.
In addition, the strain on the power grid from indoor cultivation has been documented. As more large-scale indoor farms come on-line, the community needs to discuss clean sources of power, to offset the enormous rate of energy indoor cultivation demands.
SuperCool Pods are environmentally friendly through their use of recycled water and solar panels, and supports a cloud-based user-defined Graphical User Interface (GUI) that enables remote control, viewing, and automation of farming chores, and security features within the Pods and facility (and communication with government agencies who regulate the cultivation of cannabis if that is the regulatory environment in the city or county where the Pod is purchased.)
Early adoption by the Cannabis community.