A computer tower stands in the small closet in the back of BASK in Fairhaven. It acts as the digital green thumb of the medicinal marijuana cultivation center and dispensary. It can sense when the plants need water. When to turn off lights. When to turn on fans. It even can smell the air.
Tim Keogh, the president of BASK’s board, acknowledged technology this advanced likely isn’t needed for a cultivator as small as the one located at 2 Pequod Road. But BASK has larger plans under Keogh, also the CEO and President of AmeriCann, an Agricultural Technology