Be Afraid of Commitment


As growers come and go, a company's cultivation method will inevitably change.

It's natural for companies to discover better, more efficient ways of doing things the longer they are in business.

Refining people, genetics, and processes are vital to creating and sustaining a profitable business.

Facilities should be designed to accommodate various growing methods without incurring steep retrofitting costs each time a change is made.

Committing to exact spacing and pot sizes from day one will limit your ability to adjust production as your processes evolve.

Troughs and tables will accommodate various pot sizes and spacing. Fixed metal cutouts will not.

Should a grower realize that the initial plan for spacing or pot sizes is no longer optimal, they're looking at substantial retrofitting costs.

Don't make this mistake! Design your facility for change.