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CannabIndex places GeoShepard on Select List

Six companies positioning themselves for success. GeoShepard™ is excited and appreciative to be on CannabIndex.co Expo Select List. This past August, Cannabindex.co had the amazing opportunity to attend and cover one of the premier events within the cannabis community, the IndoExpo in Portland, OR.  With over 400 booth exhibits and thousands of attendees Cannabindex.co was able to …

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Cultivation 2.0

Automating Cannabis Cultivation

Marijuana growers are investing heavily in automating cannabis cultivation technology to remain competitive and boost efficiency, but pitfalls abound. There’s a war on the horizon for cannabis cultivators. As the marijuana industry matures and evolves, wholesale cannabis prices are plummeting in some markets – especially those that allow dozens or hundreds of cultivation operations. The result: …

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GeoShepard Partner Diego Pellicer Opens Million-Dollar Dispensary in Denver

It has been over 2 years in the making, but Diego Pellicer in Denver is now open.  GeoShepard is proud of our partners and clients.  We look forward to Neil’s, Allan’s, and team’s continued success. From Westword, by KATE MCKEE SIMMONS In some families, raising the cannabis plant is a time-honored tradition. Back at the end of …

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Cannabis Price Drop

As Price Plummets to Historic Low, Marijuana Entrepreneurs Need to Adapt

As Price Plummets to Historic Low, Marijuana Entrepreneurs Need to ‘Pivot, or Die’ In state-regulated markets, marijuana is getting cheaper thanks to the economic forces of supply and demand. As the U.S. legal marijuana market matures, pot is getting cheaper than ever. The price per pound has fallen at least 25 percent in Colorado since …

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Cannabis growers prepare for a price crash if Prop. 64 passes

By David Downs On a recent morning, as he does every morning, Eric Battuello gets to work in San Francisco’s Dogpatch by 8 a.m. to check on “Maui” — a room full of potent, profitable marijuana flowers. Walking through the crowded, pungent rows of strains named Gorilla Glue and Cookies, Battuello looks at ease. “It’s …

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