The cons of having a pot facility

When I made the choice to start a cultivation facility, I genuinely did not suppose it through, and I simply decided I wanted to grow marijuana and sell it for recreational uses.

I got the seeds, the Heating as well as Air Conditioning equipment, the facility and thought that was the end of it.

I have run into quite a few roadblocks though, but the main one I have to say is the lighting aspect of growing pot, and first, the Heating and Air Conditioning settings for growing marijuana is pretty easy; You want around 74 degrees while we were in the day and 50 degrees at night. I was smart and got a ductless Heating and Air Conditioning unit with a smart thermostat. I have a yearly program set and I now don’t stress out when it comes to temperature control. The thermostat knows when to give heating and cooling, my plants are amazing to go. The number one problem has now fallen into lighting. What kind of lighting do marijuana growing facilities utilize? I have found a wide variety of answers… Light rooms for growing properly use a combination of red-orange light and darkness. Typically this is a 12 types for which one to use, some people request 18 thirds of light to produce a better vegetation cycle. I also have found people online using all types of different lights. There are fluorescent glow lights! A lot of people use these for smaller, short spaces. The lights don’t use much electricity and are more or less inches from the pot. Apparently greater lights and more powerful ones tend to burn young plants. Some people savor HID lights due to their efficiency and capability to help out with flowering plants. Which one do I choose?

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