They’ve Got the Tech Marijuana Firms Need to Grow the “Good Stuff”
From Strategic Tech Investor onoriginally ran in
They may call it “weed,” but commercial legal cannabis – the “good stuff” – is more like a pampered, pedigreed dog.
Every pot grower knows that lots of care, technique, and technology goes into the cultivation and feeding of marijuana plants. All that’s needed so those plants can flower and produce commercially and medically useful compounds – especially the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that relieves pain and nausea and gets recreational users high.
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The Pros Can’t Afford a Spoiled Harvest
Marijuana plants must be exposed to light for 12 hours a day – and be kept in darkness for just as long.
Kayvan Khalatbari and Nick Hice, co-owners of medicinal-marijuana dispensary Denver Relief, told The Denver Post that “the best place to grow marijuana is in a room in the basement with a locked door so light doesn’t inadvertently get in when the plants are ‘sleeping.'”
That’s fine for folks who grow their own at home. If you spoil a “harvest” or two, you won’t go broke or out of business.
Not so for professional, large-scale cultivators. They have little room for error. As they say in the trade, the “plants have to flower.”
To protect their investment, growers turn to state-of-the-art greenhouses containing high-tech devices and monitors such as hygrometers, which see to it that humidity levels never get above 50%, and CO2 tanks, which add the carbon dioxide that plants breathe to indoor air.
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