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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tremendous agricultural potential and favorable climate conditions for cannabis cultivation could make Brazil a major exporter of the plant, according to research conducted by ADWA Cannabis, a startup focused on developing technologies for the grass production chain.

In partnership with the UFV (Federal University of Viçosa) and through the Department of Plant Science and the Brazilian Group of study on Cannabis sativa L., the startup measured the areas with greatest suitability for growing the plant, dividing between fiber production, flowers and seeds. The report includes species with high THC content, the plant's psychoactive . . .

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