US (CA): Smart Cannabis retrofits greenhouses in Monterey County

Smart Cannabis subsidiary Next Generation Farming has completed retrofitting ten greenhouses at a Monterey County cultivation facility.

In phase one of the agreement, Next Generation Farming transformed the greenhouses, originally built around 1947, into an automated facility measuring approximately 26,000 square feet. The company has installed various control systems to automate the cultivation process and reduce overhead. Phase two of the retrofit is scheduled to occur this month and includes expanding automation systems and integrating their Smartapp mobile automation system. The company anticipates these additional measures will further curtail the client’s overhead.

“The opportunity to have Next Generation Farming reinvent our old greenhouses to serve as a more functional, automated cultivation space will increase the volume of our yields exponentially but it also immediately reduced overhead by a mind-boggling $21,000 a month in manpower alone. I want to thank John Taylor for providing us with automation and state-of-the-art water filtration systems – all of this technology has revolutionized our cultivation process entirely. We are excited to reap even greater benefits on our next profit & loss statement after the next phase is complete and look forward to working together on our next, much larger project,” stated Jordan Helfant, Managing Member of Harkins Grow.
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