Setting Up

Setting Up

Approximately 4-6 weeks for facility selection and design.

Sourcing

Sourcing

Sourcing genetics will take 4-6 weeks and up to three months to hire key personnel.

Training

Recruitment

Ensure the success of your cultivation program with a certified True GrowerTM.

Execution

Execution

Implementing a production plan and working toward targets will take 3-4 months.

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Powering Growth Greenhouse Cultivation

Greenhouse production is the future of cannabis cultivation. Greenhouse growing allows businesses to harvest the power of the sun, reduce electrical costs, and minimize their carbon footprint.

Furthermore, new technology is constantly being introduced to help greenhouse cannabis cultivators produce high-quality crops at a fraction of the cost of indoor production. Let me help you unlock the power of greenhouse cultivation and watch your business flourish. 

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Mitigating Risk Outdoor Cultivation

Outdoor cultivation is the most economical way to grow — but it’s also the riskiest.

Unpredictable weather conditions can decimate an outdoor cannabis crop, and even good weather can expose plants to insects, wind, and pests. Poor decisions around strain selection and crop timing can further aggravate these issues. However, most risks can be mitigated with proper planning and crop location.

I utilize both traditional farming experience and modern cannabis growing techniques to help clients skip the guesswork and give their outdoor project the greatest chance of success.

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Designing Experience Indoor Cultivation

Certain markets make indoor cultivation a desirable production strategy. In recreational markets, visual quality can influence price and demand. For strict export markets, indoor cultivation allows for more control, which is a key component of GMP certification. But with so many options in terms of technology, equipment, and growing styles, deciding how to start can be overwhelming.

Having designed and operated several indoor growing environments, I can help take the stress out of equipment selection and facility decisions. When it comes to design, the right experience can mean the difference between a lean, well-executed start-up and an expensive flop.