A Changing Industry
The legal landscape is evolving rapidly for the cannabis industry. While the industry adapts to change, there
is a genuine positive shift in the resources available to growers. One example is the adaptation of processes and
technologies previously reserved for commercial-scale horticultural production to cannabis grow operations, like greenhouse innovations. Greenhouses are already becoming more important in the global agricultural economy. As technology advances, greenhouses are producing crops faster and more efficiently than traditional farming methods. There are clear advantages of temperature, light, humidity, and carbon dioxide control in greenhouses over traditional farming methods. Greenhouse crops are grown with fewer weather complications and screen, green and nethouses are often able to reduce the amount of chemical inputs in pesticide strategies, meeting growing market demands.
Cannabis Growing Conditions
Proper growing conditions lead to healthy cannabis plants and a higher yield, which translates to more revenue.
Despite the benefits of indoor growing, greenhouses and growing facilities have their own set of complications like managing temperature and humidity levels. Too much heat can cause heat stress in cannabis plants resulting in spotting or burning. Low humidity levels can create environments ripe for spider mites. Koolfog lowers temperature and induces humidity into growing environments helping maintain optimum conditions.