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Sometimes, timing is everything. Your business is likely to thrive if you have your transitions down pat (and eliminate wasted down time) in all your cultivation facility’s grow rooms. Here, get the basics of a weekly schedule and how to calculate peak harvest periods by making tweaks to your layout and schedule—whether you plan to harvest weekly, biweekly, monthly or longer.
A clean grow is your first line of defense in reducing pest and disease pressure. And when your crop gets struck with plant health issues and needs to be discarded—that’s dollars down the drain. In this session, get the tried-and-true tips and tricks when it comes to clean-facility SOPs such as weeding, removing plant debris, cleaning algae, equipment scrubbing, bake-outs and more that will provide the perfect starting point for a healthy crop environment and reduce your crop loss significantly.
Cannabis companies can prepare for long-term sustainable cost savings by establishing and maintaining an Environmental Management System consistent with the requirements contained in ISO 14001 standards. Assess your commitment for continual improvement cost controls, environmental protection and learn what you need to know to build a compliant environmental policy appropriate to the nature, scale, and environmental impacts of marijuana production activities, products or services.
Finding the perfect environmental control is tough. It takes lots of experimenting, and less-than-optimum trials and errors results to work your way to the ultimate climate recipe. One way to help you reach those peak yields faster, however, is to document your inputs and collect and analyze data over harvest periods. That means gathering info on your humidity levels, vapor pressure deficit, heating and cooling, CO2, lighting levels and more, analyzing that info and then tweaking production methods in future production cycles until you get it just right. Durango Cannabis’s owner shares the lessons learned in data tracking trends and they were able to improve their overall environmental control strategy.
While the harvest and post-harvest process are your last steps in the cultivation process—it can also be one of the costlier aspects of cannabis production. Not only do you need to take care of your crop after it gets chopped—many times, you’re also adding additional temporary labor to the mix. In this session, get a handful of tips from best hanging and ventilation practices, harvest schedules to avoid overcrowding, trimming advice and more make sure you’re not getting a run for your money after your crop’s done growing.