There are divergent points of view on cannabis cultivation. As California enters what many have termed a potentially devastating wildfire season, indoor cultivation is looking better and better. As we’ve seen in previous years, wildfires are becoming more of an issue and an entire crop and the investment contained in that crop can be incinerated in a matter of minutes and leave a smoldering pile of ash and dreams.
Indoor cannabis cultivation has the potential to provide the level of control required to produce a product with a predictable level of quality along with a predictable yield. In the world of cannabis cultivation, quality and yield are two of the faces of profit. The quality of product produced allows the possibility of patenting a particular blend for use in the medical cannabis field and at a later date can be shown to address specific maladies. The ability to help certain issues as a result of control is an extension of the indoor aspect of cannabis and demonstrate how control and consistency matter in our industry.
As we design indoor cultivation facilities it becomes clear we have the ability to control every aspect of the growing process. This level of control is something outdoor grow facilities will never have. Just a few of the things beyond total control outdoors is weather, humidity, wildfires, poachers, infestation and disease to name just a few. One of the most significant aspects beyond the control of the outdoor grower is the amount of light allowed for growing. Those growing cannabis for the recreational market are far less impacted by sunlight than those entrepreneurs who focus on growing for the medical market. The recreational market offers the advantage of cash flow at a lower price per pound with extreme competition and those who grow for the medical market enjoy a higher price per ounce with less competition.
Cannabis Grow Builders has been involved in the emerging legal Cannabis Industry as a builder and developer of grow facilities since 2016. Daniel Stevenson and his team work with Cannabis Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs to maximize the potential in their business while remaining on the cutting edge of constantly changing governmental regulations. Please reach out to us at 916-933-7333, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org