self contained weed grower

CEO, Zohar Levy, told Cheddar that Seedo "does everything for you."

"There is an AI algorithm which analyzes photo and learning machines. There is a camera inside the machine, there is an app, you choose what kind of strain you want to grow, put the seed in the machine and close the door. The algorithm knows to manage all the processes automatically."

There are plenty of perks to growing your own marijuana and while it sounds great in theory, you may not have been gifted with a green thumb. That’s where Seedo comes in.

Seedo’s self-contained grow box lets you grow your own plants with the help of an app — no prior plant or experience needed. The technology was originally created to grow vegetables and herbs without pesticides or climate effects. They soon realized there was a market for the product in the cannabis industry.

Levy told Cheddar it took more than five years to generate the machine learning technology used in Seedo.

"It's improving itself all the time to make it more and more accurate. Inside the machine there is a camera that scans the plants every few hours. The algorithm knows to recognize what is the condition of the plant and give the right perimeters every four hours. There is no fault, no human intervention. It does everything for you."

Self contained weed grower

  • Perfect for beginners
  • Affordable and includes voucher for cannabis seeds
  • 24/7 grow support

The Budgrower

The Cash Crop 6.0 is a “dummy-proof” 2 plant LED hydroponics grow box that stands about three feet tall and according to the company, can produce 1-2 pounds of dry flower per grow cycle – which it says can be in as little as 8-12 weeks.

Best for Beginners: A Pot for Pot

It’s no secret that marijuana can have a very strong and pungent odor, and with certain strains, even just a single plant can be odoriferous enough to potentially alert the neighbors. When growing weed indoors, this can necessitate the use of ventilation methods like carbon filters, ozone generators, and oscillating fans, which can also help stave off humidity and prevent mold and pests. But what can you do about the smell when you’re growing cannabis in a small, sealed off grow box?