Urban-gro (UGRO) falls 8.27% for September 14

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Urban-gro Inc (NASDAQ: UGRO) fell to close at $13.53 Tuesday after losing $1.22 (8.27%) on volume of 368,598 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $14.83 to a low of $13.23 while Urban-gro’s market cap now stands at $142,234,328.

About Urban-gro Inc

urban-gro, Inc. is a leading engineering design and services company focused on the commercial horticulture market. The company engineers and designs commercial Controlled Environment Agriculture (“CEA”) facilities and then integrate complex environmental equipment systems into these high-performance facilities. Operating in the global market, its custom-tailored approach to design, procurement, and equipment integration provides a single point of accountability across all aspects of growing operations.

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