Medical cannabis firm Seedo sets up distribution center in Rotterdam


Israel’s Seedo Corp., a maker of an AI-controlled device and app to grow medical cannabis at home, has set up a distribution center near Rotterdam, Holland, that will become its distribution base for private and institutional cannabis growers in Europe.

Seedo allows users to auto-grow plants at home, using a fridge-like home lab equipped with sensors and a camera to keep tabs on the plants’ progress and controlled by an artificial intelligence algorithm, plus an app that sends notifications and alerts.

Israel is considered a global leader in medical cannabis research, and its cannabis firms are snagging some big names. In September, former prime minister Ehud Barak said he will become chairman of InterCure, one of Israel’s biggest medical cannabis firms and a publicly traded company in

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