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Timing harvests in cannabis is a highly laborious and technical task that requires significant experience, and the cannabis industry faces a shortage of qualified growers.


Mistimed harvests result in an average 3.5% to 5.5% loss in THC content, which can result in more than 20% loss in revenue.


Cannabis cultivators on average spend 30% of their annual labor inspecting their crops trying to decide when they should harvest.

Despite all this time spent looking closely at their crop, they only sample 10% of their flower to make those decisions. 

Mistiming harvests results in lower THC yields, which is the primary driving metric in customer purchase decisions, determines pricing, and directly effects growers' revenue.

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