- A step-by-step guide to help you harvest the best yield from a number of different types of automated and semi-automated plants.
- Learn about Greenhouse conditions like high-pressure fog and evaporative systems, as well as heating mechanisms that target the soil, in conjunction with standard overhead heating.
This article originally appeared in the June 2018 print issue of Cannabis Business Times. To subscribe, click here.
Growing plants in controlled environments is a scientifically based approach. It is creating a formula and following a protocol to produce exactly what we are aiming for in terms of plant quality and quantity. Combined with the understanding of the plant physiology, the effects of various environmental conditions and their interactions are extremely important to understand in order to succeed as a grower.
Here are 13 climate control tips and lessons learned from my experience working with thousands of different types of plants in fully automated and semi-automated growing environments in a wide range of geographic and climatic conditions throughout the United States.
Greenhouse & Indoor
1. Automation Is Key. Automated control systems can provide efficient technology, increased yields, plant uniformity, reduction in plant losses and simplified disease management…