Agrify, a developer of premium indoor grow solutions for the cannabis industry, today announced that it is making its antimicrobial products, normally used to mitigate environmental threats to cannabis crops, available to the public as critically needed sanitization weapons in the fight against COVID-19. According to the update, Agrify typically sells its Bluezone(R) and Enozo products to cannabis cultivators as critical solutions for mitigating environmental threats such as powdery mildew, botrytis and mold in cannabis cultivations. But Agrify understands, like companies such as Dyson, Carhartt and GE, that any applicable resources need to go toward helping keep people safe and healthy during this time of global crisis. “Agrify takes our employees’ health and safety seriously,” Agrify CEO Raymond Nobu Chang said in the news release. “We had Enozo bottles and a Bluezone(R) unit running in our office from the moment we got word of the virus.”
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Agrify sets the standard in precision cultivation for the cannabis industry. The company applies science and technology to maximize the genetic potential of the plant, regardless of climate and geographic location. Its integrated hardware and software system is designed to optimize crop yields and quality at competitive operating costs. The result is a consistent product for cultivators and their customers, always. Agrify is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Agrify.com.
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