Ninety percent of cultivation problems are directly related to decisions made long before any seeds are planted.
Oversights concerning genetic selection, cultivation leadership, and facility design usually top the list.
The wrong kind of genetics can decrease a grower’s time to market due to challenges inherent in cultivating varieties that don’t lend themselves to commercial production.
A lack of experienced leadership can cause a cultivation program to steer off course if the head grower has not run a commercial production facility before.
Building a grow facility that can’t hold the ideal parameters for plant growth will inevitably lead to decreased crop performance.
Crop problems are seldom caused by the wrong kind of lights, fertilizer, or pruning techniques. More often, they’re due to factors that are not so obvious to the naked eye.
Skip these headaches and seek professional expertise from the start.