Smart Cannabis Corp. Gets Green Light to Publish its SMARTAPP Agriculture Automation App in Apple App Store

SMART Cannabis


SACRAMENTO, CA, USA, January 11, 2018 / — Smart Cannabis Corp., (OTC PINK: SCNA), announced today that its SMARTAPP for Apple iPhone and iPad is now available for download on their app store. The Next Generation Farming SMARTAPP was developed exclusively by Smart Cannabis Corp. to provide complete remote management for their Smart by Design line of automated greenhouses as well as to offer a stable software platform for other companies to license and build upon.

The SMARTAPP, known as NextGen Farm in the Apple App Store, is immediately available for download, free of charge, and includes demonstration mode – available by logging into the user and password as “demo”. Prospective clients can get a sense of controlling a live automated greenhouse environment similar to the interface and control system used by active clients who control their greenhouse system functions remotely. Enabling their clients to grow more efficiently with this app will result in a greater return on investment, making Next Generation Farming an essential all-around agritech solution for farmers.

The company will sell the SMARTAPP to existing and new client installations on a subscription basis and already has sales commitments for approximately fifteen SMARTAPP automation systems which it plans to install over the next 45 days.

Recently, the company entered a multifaceted joint venture with Singlepoint Inc. (OTC:SING) According to Smart Cannabis Vice President Don Smith, “In addition to the advanced automation control of greenhouse ecosystems, one of the goals with Singlepoint is to program in data collection and basic bitcoin blockchain transaction technology to allow cultivators to extend their control capabilities to include transactions within our SMARTAPP.”

Smith added, “We are also pursuing conversations with a number of agriculture companies to white label/OEM the SMARTAPP for commercial and consumer gardening applications that would benefit from mobile yet robust automation and control systems. Whether you have a backyard greenhouse, or a commercial food cultivation business, we believe our SMARTAPP can fill a product niche somewhere in that control spectrum”. According to Agrilyst, the marketplace for agriculture remote control systems is expected to generate over $21 billion annually in the U.S., as data is critical in helping cultivators reduce costs and refine their systems to increase productivity based upon the collection of historical data, and real time monitoring and control.

For partnership opportunities or inquiries, email:

About Smart Cannabis
Smart Cannabis Corp., (OTC PINK: SCNA) is a public equity corporation focused on the advanced agriculture and cannabis industries with plans to grow through acquisition, strategic alliances, and proprietary intellectual property. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary Next Generation Farming Inc. provides turnkey commercial SMART greenhouse and automation systems that improve yields and decrease water consumption for cultivators of organic food and cannabis crops. The company's websites are:
Disclaimer: The Company relies upon the Safe Harbor Laws of 1933, 1934 and 1995 for all public news releases. Statements, which are not historical facts, are forward-looking statements. The company, through its management, makes forward-looking public statements concerning its expected future operations, performance and other developments. Such forward-looking statements are estimates reflecting the company's best judgment based upon current information and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and there can be no assurance that other factors will not affect the accuracy of such forward-looking statements. It is impossible to identify all such factors. Factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from those estimated by the company include, but are not limited to, government regulation; managing and maintaining growth; the effect of adverse publicity; litigation; competition; and other factors which may be identified from time to time in the company's public announcements.

email us here

Source: EIN Presswire

North Carolina Floral Design Exhibition Inspired by Art

Courtesy of Art & The Bloom 2017

Witch Hazel by Preston Montague

Courtesy of aMuse Artisanal Finery

Leading floral designers gather in Wrightsville Beach Jan 11-14, 2018 for Art & The Bloom

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC, USA, January 2, 2018 / — Leading floral designers in North Carolina will gather in Wrightsville Beach to showcase their floral creations inspired by fine art, Jan. 11-14, 2018.

The four-day Art & The Bloom exhibition and competition includes expert courses in floral design, botanical illustration and art, building terrariums, millinery fashion shows, raffles, and a presentation-book signing for Gardening in the South: The Complete Homeowner’s Guide, by Mark Weathington, Director of JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University.

“Our first year was a huge success,” said co-chair Barb Bittler, member of the New Hanover Garden Club. “The artwork was from a collection at Cameron Art Museum. This year’s artwork will come from private collections and the Wilmington Art Association. Floral designers receive their art assignment from a blind draw weeks before the event.

“The judges this year are Frances Thrash from Virginia and Pam Braun from Tennessee. Both are nationally accredited judges and Flower Show School Instructors through the National Garden Club.

“Friday morning, judge Frances Thrash is going to create four different floral designs. Friday afternoon, judge Pam Braun will be talking about botanical arts, which is a new division in flower shows for the National Garden Club.

“Preston Montague, a botanical illustrator from Durham, will present a workshop on how to make your greeting cards from what you might find in your garden. Montague is the creator of the Codex Carolinum alphabet series, using native or naturalized plants of North Carolina to encourage natural science literacy.

“Kim Fisher, a local floral designer originally from Washington, D.C., will be leading a workshop in how to create a terrarium out of succulents. Kim’s experience includes floral design for several presidents and the Catherine Zeta-Jones wedding.

“Floral design winners receive a beautiful ribbon, a cash award, and bragging rights. Last year’s best of show winner, Brittany Wells of Verzaal’s Florist in Wilmington is returning to defend her title.

“Mark Weathington from Raleigh’s Raulston Arboretum will present his new book and host a book signing on Sunday afternoon,” said Bittler.

New Hanover Garden Club, the organizer of Art & The Bloom, is federated through the National Garden Club and Garden Clubs of North Carolina. The event’s proceeds will benefit gardening projects for nonprofit organizations. All activities will be held at host hotel Blockade Runner Beach Resort.

2018 Art & The Bloom Itinerary:

Thurs. January 11

-6-8 PM: Preview Party and Art & The Bloom Exhibition – Blockade Runner Beach Resort

Fri. January 12

-9 AM-8 PM: Art & The Bloom Exhibition

-10 AM-12 PM: Floral Design Demonstration by Frances Thrash, National Garden Club Flower Show School Instructor, and Master Judge.

-1-3 PM: The New Botanical Arts … Making a Flower Show Fun for Everyone by Pam Braun, National Garden Club Flower Show School Instructor, and Master Judge.

-3-4 PM: Fashion Show of Hats by milliner Jan Wutkowski of aMuse Artisanal Finery. Includes a two-course afternoon tea service by EAST Oceanfront Dining.

Sat. January 13

-9 AM-5 PM: Art & The Bloom Exhibition

-10 AM-12 PM: “Octopus’s Garden” Terrarium Workshop by Kim Fisher of Coastal Terra. A 2-hour instruction on making a contained succulent garden, including, plant selection, building techniques, maintenance, and display. Materials are provided.

1-3 PM: Botanical Card Drawing by Preston Montague, professional botanical illustrator, educator, and landscape designer from Durham. The course includes the basics of botanical illustration and classroom supplies.

-3-4 PM: Fashion Show of Hats by milliner Jan Wutkowski of aMuse Artisanal Finery. Includes a two-course afternoon tea service by EAST Oceanfront Dining.

Sun. January 14

-9 AM-4 PM: Art & The Bloom Exhibition

-1-3 PM: How to grow your dream garden in the South presented by Mark Weathington, Director of the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University. Mark is the author of Gardening in the South: The Complete Homeowner's Guide. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

For tickets and accommodations:

For tickets and event information:

Media archive with photos:


Barb Bittler, Co-Chair
Art & The Bloom

Robert B Butler
Communications | Public Relations

#North Carolina #ArtAndTheBloom #FloralDesign #Art #Flowers #Sculpture #Gardens #NewHanoverGardenClub #Wilmington #WrightsvilleBeach #BlockadeRunnerBeachResort #NCSU #RaulstonArboretum #PrestonMontague #MarkWeathington #KimFisher #PamBraun #FrancesThrash #aMuseArtisanalFinery #GardenClubofNorthCarolina #EastOceanfrontDining #NationalGardenClubs #JanWutkowski

Robert B Butler
Butler Communications | PR
email us here

Source: EIN Presswire