Cannabis cultivators have witnessed major developments in a few short years. The rapid evolution of academic research, government regulation, and production scale have provided generational opportunities, while complicating the path to profitability for many producers. The cost-effective cultivation of protected crops requires long-term investments in infrastructure, research, and personnel. For cannabis producers, this investment entails millions of dollars in outlay and several years for large-scale project development.Growing cannabis in a greenhouse is an effective cultivation method that combines the perks of outdoor growing with those of indoor cultivation
In this book, we’ll show you how to do it, offering tips and advice as we go along. If you don’t have a greenhouse yet, and want to build one, we can show you how to do that, too. Maybe you’re wondering why you’d want to grow weed in a greenhouse, as opposed to growing indoors in a tent or having an ordinary outdoor grow in your garden. Let’s look at the advantages of greenhouse cultivation over other growing methods.
- YOU CAN EXTEND YOUR GROWING CYCLE
You can extend the cultivation period into the fall and winter seasons simply by adding more light during cloudy days, and progressively keeping them on longer to compensate for shorter daylight hours. Likewise, if you want to start a new grow before the end of winter, you can add a low-powered light to supplement natural daylight.
- PROVIDES THE IDEAL MICROCLIMATE FOR GROWING CANNABIS
A greenhouse environment can sustain higher average temperatures than chilly open fields or gardens. Plus, during cold or hot seasons, you can heat or cool a greenhouse if needed. Even without a heater or cooling system, a greenhouse will provide a more consistent range of maximum and minimum temperatures, without the extremely dry and hot conditions typical for indoor grow rooms. A more consistent microclimate means healthier plants and bigger harvests.READY TO DISCOVER MORE? GRAB A COPY TODAY!