Author: James Shelby Ph D
Greenhouses are becoming popular structural options for cannabis production due to lower facilities costs, easy expansion potential, and ability to capture more uniform light from the sun and reduced production costs, as compared to indoor warehouse facilities. However, there are many important design elements you need to consider once you have developed a business plan and selected a site.Planning should be your first step in developing a framework for an orderly greenhouse build-out. Start with a facilities master plan that looks at topography and drainage, the building locations, parking for customers and staff, access for vehicles and equipment, and utilities (including water supply and electricity).Growing cannabis in a greenhouse is becoming an increasingly popular option for cultivators. There are many advantages to growing your cannabis in a greenhouse as opposed to a grow room, although each way of growing cannabis has its challenges too.However, greenhouse growing is a great way to be self-sufficient in producing your own medicine, even if you're only after a small quantity. By following some basic rules in greenhouse growing, provided that you have good quality seeds, you can succeed in getting a great harvest. Greenhouses are efficient in offering your cannabis plant protection from harsh weather while allowing you to monitor growth.Best of all, greenhouse growth can be affordable especially if you live in the right climates. There isn't much need for electric supply, special equipment, or expert experience.