Designing Your Grow for Success

FACILITY DESIGN/SYSTEMS

One of the key differentiators when evaluating a business is the quality of the infrastructure and how good is the design. And that is for a good reason: You get from 0-60 a lot faster with a Tesla. So if you want to run a successful cultivation operation, a good design is key. Not to mention how value-engineering and good design can lower your CapeX budget. But what is a good design? Shouldn’t it be as simple as hiring a good architect and engineers? Aren’t there standards we can meet to produce the right production facility for our goals? Well, yes and no. For one, commercial cannabis cultivation is just 11 years old, just a teenager with lots of lessons to learn. Our young industry still is hashing out the different cultivation methods that will make it in commercial cultivation and the ones that won’t be viable. The infrastructure needs of hydroponics is different from a living-soil facility and different from a coco-perlite inert medium. Also, the use of the flower determines whether our plants should produce flower with jar appeal or if it just needs the trichomes developed for extraction. Moreover, if our focus is volume over quality then we would give less individual attention to each plant and automate some systems including irrigation.

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