Smart Cannabis Featured in Extensive Superb Crew Interview
SACRAMENTO, CA — (February 28, 2018) Smart Cannabis Corp, (OTC: SCNA), has been featured in an in-depth interview of Vice President Don Smith in Superb Crew. The article unveils the direction of the company’s intended growth, its position on the stringent California regulations on growing cannabis, and how its new SMART App uniquely supports the most efficient, highly productive greenhouse farming. Additionally, the interview covers the company’s Track and Trace software in development as well as the integration of blockchain technology by SinglePoint Corporation (OCTQB: SING) to enable transactions between vendors using the SMART App.
The Superb Crew article can be viewed at: https://smartcannabis.com/2018/02/20/smart-cannabis-plans-grow-strategic-company-acquisitions-joint-ventures-top-sector-companies/
Both John Taylor, President, and Don Smith are available to all media as experts in using agritech to maximize cannabis growing whilst keeping public health a top priority. They are reachable for comment at the contact information listed below.
Smart Cannabis (OTC PINK: SCNA) is a public equity corporation advancing the agriculture and cannabis industries and growing through acquisition, strategic alliances, and proprietary intellectual property. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Next Generation Farming Inc., provides turnkey, automated, commercial greenhouses systems that efficiently improve yields and decrease water consumption for cultivators of organic food and cannabis crops. The company websites are http://smartcannabis.com and http://nextgen.farm.
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