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One of the best-known rappers and celebrities in the globe, Snoop is an icon in cannabis culture. He’s even launched his own cannabis brand, Leafs by Snoop, and is a partner at one of the largest cannabis-focused investment firms in the globe: Casa Verde Capital.

Starting today, Tha Doggfather will be a brand ambassador for Seedo, helping promote the company’s products and “increase awareness for agricultural technology and urban farming.”

Think of it like a soufflé: put in the key ingredients needed, close the oven, and don’t open again until it’s ready.

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The machine uses artificial intelligence to analyze your plant’s development, and then takes automated actions to optimize growing parameters. And it works with more than just weed!

“I’m all the way down with [that],” he adds. “Seedo creates cost savings and the opportunity for all people to benefit from agricultural technologies.”

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So, when I heard the two big S’s, Snoop and Seedo, were partnering up, I could not help but feel excited.

For Snoop, it’s all about “promoting a healthier lifestyle” and providing his friends and communities with “products that allow for growth in unused urban spaces.

Seedo growing weed

Having recently completed its first trial run, Seedo uses its own algorithm to detect the plant’s ideal water, fertilizer, and temperature levels in order to maximize its yield. The robot takes images of the plant throughout its growth, allowing it to alter the conditions within to optimize the growing process.

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Want to grow your own – at home or on Mars? Seedo is available for purchase in select U.S. states and in Canada. Although it’s not cheap. The unit retails for about US$2,200.

Plants in Seedo are grown from their own containers with a nutrient-dense growing medium that must be replaced every cycle. Seedo also gathers info and data about the plants it grows, which it then uploads to a cloud to continually improve results (the owner and unit’s information are not included in the data).

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The robot takes images of the plant throughout its growth, allowing it to alter the conditions within to optimize the growing process. Photo: Facebook