For many cannabis cultivators, the strongest impetus to redesign their indoor facility is to ensure sustainability and reduce their carbon footprint. And for good reason: Growing cannabis indoors can be an energy-intensive endeavor and bad for the environment. Cultivating a single crop from seed to harvest is accompanied by literal tons of carbon emissions -- not to mention high energy costs.
But before jumping into a project like this, you should be aware that designing a grow facility can be a complex process that shouldn’t be rushed. Many small yet critical details need to be considered otherwise you may be on the path to serious complications down the road.
Do you have financial support? What is your production schedule? What are your future goals? After laying the groundwork for your redesign -- allocating funds, setting a schedule and identifying goals -- environmentally conscious growers can begin to explore additional equipment and design considerations.
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