With more and more states throughout the US legalizing marijuana, the market for cannabis products is exploding. Consequently, many individuals are seeking their fortunes in the fast-growing marijuana industry as investors, dispensers, and growers. It’s the growers, however, who have the tough...Read More
Ask any experienced grower and they’ll tell you the most important factor in growing top-quality cannabis flowers is climate control. Made up of temperature and humidity, climate is the single greatest variable affecting density, potency and overall cannabis yields. In the past, we’ve discussed ...Read More
Whether starting from seedlings or clones, the biggest thing affecting a young cannabis plant’s growth is the room’s climate. In the first couple weeks, plants need steady temperatures between 70 and 80-degrees Fahrenheit with Relative Humidity (RH) around 65-70%. For most, getting humidity and...Read More
We’ve talked a lot about temperature in the past, now it’s time to look at the largest contributor of heat in your grow room: lights.
But how do you know how much light your new crop needs? You could run out and buy a dozen of the biggest lights possible, but please don’t. Successful commercial...Read More
Do you know what the most valuable element in any commercial cannabis growing operation is? If you said efficiency, then here's a gold star for you.
Producing more with less is always on the minds of growers and investors alike. Recognizing waste as an opportunity to improve is the first step...Read More
The goal with an indoor grow room is to create a perfect growing season time and time again without the inconsistencies found in an outdoor growing environment. Much of this relies on man-made tools to improve on nature’s design. For example, we can make lights that mimic the sun’s spectrum and...Read More