CannabisNewsBreaks – Agrify to Showcase Cutting-Edge Indoor Grow Solutions at MJBizCon

Agrify, a developer of premium indoor grow solutions, today announced that it will be an exhibitor and key sponsor of the 2019 MJBizCon conference taking place December 11-13 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company will showcase its suite of state-of-the-art products at booth C2208 during the conference, including its vertical farming unit, commercial grow containers, integrated grow racks, horticultural lighting, environmental threat solutions and insights grow production software. In addition, Agrify will provide MJBizCon attendees with a glimpse of its groundbreaking Advance Grow Box, a compact indoor grow box designed for home consumer use.

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About Agrify

Agrify is a rapidly growing developer of premium indoor grow solutions for the cannabis and hemp marketplace. The company’s comprehensive grow solutions have been developed with one mission in mind: to assist its valued customers in producing the highest quality product possible with consistency and superior yields. Agrify is a non-plant-touching company. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Agrify.com.

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