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  • December 2, 2020 George Abro

    How to Choose the Best Rolling Tray Size

    Finding the Best Rolling Tray Size for Your Needs

    Rolling with a rolling tray is a mainstay for some users in the cannabis community. While the act of rolling cannabis with paper is reasonably recent, it’s become a part of the mainstream, so it’s certainly here to stay. 

    Now, in fact, it’s typical to see rolling trays in not just dispensaries and smoke shops, but just as abundantly in gas stations and corner stores. While the small-to-medium trays are the most common sold, there’s a plethora of other tray sizes available. 

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  • October 20, 2020 George Abro

    How Much Cannabis Flower Will Fit In A Jar?

    Determining what size container you need to package your freshly grown flower may be more complicated than you think. There is no one standard unit of measurement when it comes to cannabis packaging. Containers like jars are often measured in ounces, while pop tops are more likely to be measured in drams. Some containers are even measured in milliliters. 

    To complicate things further, these units of measurements don’t necessarily translate as practically as one would think. For example, a two-ounce jar isn’t going to two ounces of bud. This is because the weight of something isn’t necessarily congruent with its mass. Think about a pound of feather vs a pound of bricks – the feathers are going to take up much more space. Mass is also going to differ between individual batches of cannabis. Things like moisture and density are going to play huge factors in determining how much space your flower will take up. 

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  • October 20, 2020 George Abro

    Sustainable Cannabis Packaging 101

    Sustainable Cannabis Packaging  

    All cannabis cultivators interested in longevity should be concerned with being as eco-friendly as possible. As people who profit off the bounty of the earth, it’s also our duty to be good stewards of the planet. After all, commercial agriculture is an industry that is very likely to disproportionately feel the negative effects of climate change. Even if concern for the planet and your fellow man doesn’t compel you to find ways to make your operation more sustainable, then the possibility of a shrinking bottom line probably will. 

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  • September 30, 2020 George Abro

    How Are Mylar Bags Made?

    Mylar is a trade name for a type of plastic called BoPET (biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate), patented by the massive multinational DuPont Chemical company. Similar to the way Kleenex has come to be a stand-in for all types of facial tissue regardless of brand, Mylar is often used to refer to any and all makes of BoPET. 

    The “PET” in BoPET refers to the most commonly used thermoplastic polymer resin called polyethylene terephthalate, though you may know it better by the name polyester. This material accounts for over 18% of the earth’s polymer production and has a whole slew of commercial applications, including synthetic textile fabric, bottle production, and of course, cannabis packaging. 

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  • September 21, 2020 George Abro

    All About How and What Dispensaries Buy Supplies Wholesale!

    What Do Dispensaries Buy?   

    Obviously, one of the most important things that dispensaries purchase is cannabis and cannabis byproducts. Many dispensaries choose to cut down on the costs by cultivating their own marijuana crops, and in fact, this is required by law in some states. However, the massive demand for concentrated products like dabs, tinctures, and edibles encourages most dispensaries to forge relationships with commercial growers. Sourcing from multiple farms and grow operations also creates a more varied inventory that better appeals to potential customers. 

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  • September 17, 2020 George Abro

    The History of 420

    420 – the number that has become ubiquitously associated with cannabis and marijuana. Every connoisseur of the sticky icky has, at one point, scrambled to light their joint at 4:19 in order to imbibe in time for the psychedelic hour of 4:20. April 20th has become the unofficial stoner Christmas, and the State of California even hilariously passed their infamous Medical Marijuana Program Act under the moniker SB420. 420 shows up regularly in pop culture as well. Next time you watch Tarantino’s classic film Pulp Fiction, pay attention to the clocks. Nearly all of them are set to 420. 
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  • September 8, 2020 George Abro

    Hemp vs Cannabis vs Marijuana: The Difference Explained

    With all the variance in cannabis nomenclature, things can get quickly get confusing. Cannabis, marijuana, weed, hemp: do all these words mean the same thing? 

    Not exactly. Keep reading to get a crash course on the complicated world of cannabis terminology. 

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  • September 3, 2020 George Abro

    Cannabis Grows: Machine Trimming vs Hand Trimming

    Growing cannabis is both a labor of love and a great business opportunity. As the prohibition laws preventing the legal cultivation and sale of marijuana have begun to relax around North America, more and more people are finding fortunes in the cannabis industry. 

    But cultivating marijuana isn’t all relaxing on the couch passing a blunt back and forth -- it’s hard work. That hard work doesn’t stop when the cannabis finishes growing either. Harvest time can be one of the most labor-intensive periods for a grower. Large commercial operations require a team of dedicated employees and loads of processing equipment. 

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  • August 31, 2020 George Abro

    Cannabis Grows: Indoor vs Outdoor

    It’s the age-old question posed by cannabis cultivators and connoisseurs alike: which is better, indoor or outdoor bud? Both growing techniques are capable of producing high-quality premium marijuana flower, but each has its own set of unique advantages and disadvantages. For most people, the answer will change depending on the individual needs and preferences of the cultivator. 

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How Do I Know Which Size To Order?

This can be confusing, so we will give you some guidance on this issue. On the chart included, you will see that if you have: