High Times Magazine Names MediCab Micro Best Micro Grow Box
IRVINE, CA / CRWEPRESSRELEASE / September 8, 2015 /Cabinet Grow(R) (OTCMKTS:CBNT), a developer and marketer of cabinet-based horticultural systems, today announced that its MediCab Micro has been presented with the coveted High Times STASH award for the Best Micro Grow Box. Produced annually, the Significant Technological Achievements in Secretive Horticulture (STASH) Awards celebrate advances made by the cannabis-cultivation community. The 2015 award marks the third consecutive year that Cabinet Grow has been recognized by the industry leading publication for innovation in growing technology. In 2013 and 2014 the company received awards for the Best Soil Grow Box and Best LED Grow Box, respectively.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by the most time-honored and respected influencer in the marijuana industry, High Times. We are dedicated to providing cost efficient, simple, and enjoyable home cultivation experiences for novice growers,” said Sam May, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cabinet Grow. “I am proud that Team Cabinet Grow has been recognized for our effort to ensure the highest quality user experience for our customers.”
On the heels of the most recent STASH award, the company is also planning to announce a major product update for the MediCab Micro in the coming days. The enhanced version of the micro grow box will offer multiple hardware upgrades and a state-of-the-art sensor system accessible via a mobile application –a key differentiator for growing systems of this kind. “Being a technology company, Cabinet Grow is driven to incorporate the latest hardware advancements and software platforms to enhance the user experience,” said May. “Using the mobile app and sensor system, home growers can be connected to their plants, Cabinet Grow support staff, and social growing communities anytime and anywhere – something our customers say is increasingly important to their cultivation success.”
About Cabinet Grow, Inc.
Cabinet Grow, Inc., through its predecessor Universal Hydro, began operations in California in 2008. In April 2014, the company changed its name to Cabinet Grow, Inc. and in May 2014 became a Nevada corporation. The Company, based in Irvine, Calif., makes cabinet-based horticultural systems. The self-contained design and construction of the hydroponic and soil-based grow cabinets makes the process of home growing automated and simplified. Our mission is to make hydroponic and soil growing simpler, more efficient and a better value than other products found on the market.
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SOURCE: Cabinet Grow, Inc.