Growing and Cultivation

A Complex Process for a Simple Plant

People say, “It’s just a weed, right?” Wrong. Modern cannabis cultivations and grow operations count among the most sophisticated setups in the horticultural world. Multimillion-dollar facilities, automated system, climate control, oxygen deprivation as an IPM (Integrated Pest Management), positive pressure systems, HEPA (high-efficiency particulate air filters) … and that’s just the beginning.

Cannabis has been grown over the years from fields hidden in forests, basements, warehouses, and homes across the world.

With the legalization of cannabis, experienced growers can now use cutting edge systems without the worry of, “If I get caught, I go to jail.”

New, up-and-coming companies are cashing in on grow pods, architectural plans, indoor facilities, outdoor facilities, greenhouses and more. There are as many cultivation techniques as there are preferences in cannabis itself.

Which Is the Right Strategy for Your Grow Operation?

The first thing it comes down to is – surprise! – money. How much are you looking to invest? What kind of property will you need for this facility? Perhaps a prefab system would work for you. What water rights does the facility have access to? What are your power requirements? Are you going indoor or outdoor? What are your soil requirements? Weather and temperature requirements? And what’s it going to cost to make it sustainable and environmentally friendly?

Many people forget this, but as the cannabis industry progresses, more and more attention is going to be brought to the environmental impact grows are having.

From the turnover in lights used to the wastewater and the additives in that wastewater, the heat is coming down on grows to put less pressure on treatment plants, water tables, power demands, and other environmental factors.

It’s important to get assistance from experts that know what works and what doesn’t. We can help you determine which cultivation products will provide the best buds and flower, with the least operating cost, and the lowest impact on the environment. Not only is it good for the environment and your community, but it’s going to save you big bucks in the long run.

More states’ regulators will come around to legalizing cannabis.

Maybe not for years, depending on your state, but they will. When they do, you may get shut down if you’re not careful with your actions. We can show you how to do it right and be profitable.

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Sizing Up the Competition

How are you going to compete? How do you adapt your business plan to your state and market? Some states are saturated while others are just opening up. Most important – who’s your competition? What are they doing that works, and what’s not working for them? What’s the supply and demand like? WHERE DO I GET ALL THIS INFORMATION?!?! We can help with all of this.

Every state has different rules on cultivation, distribution, sales, and safety regulations.

On top of this, markets like Colorado have been around so long that the cultivators have their grow operations down to an exact science – to the point where they are fully automated, with robotic drones taking care of most of the manual labor.

It comes down to one of two things – quantity and quality. Even veteran growers can use help in the current market, as it’s difficult to keep up with the latest in technological advances and growing techniques. Whether your grow is indoor, outdoor, or in a greenhouse, having expert input can cut your costs and improve your quality and yields dramatically.

If you want to compete, you’ve got to be cutting edge. Sometimes that’s expensive, and sometimes there are cheap and easy workarounds. We can help you get the best of both.

What If I’m New to All of This?

Then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve helped hundreds of newcomers learn everything they needed to know about the cannabis cultivation business. And if there’s something we don’t know or haven’t heard of? We know someone who does. Our network of professionals is second to none.

When you work with us, you have access to all our resources and industry experts and have a leg up on your competition from square one.

Some people are afraid that the market is too saturated for them to get a foothold. Nonsense. Anyone with a solid business plan and a unique value proposition can break into any market. The cannabis market is different in only one regard: IT’S BRAND NEW AND GUESS WHAT – IT’S NOT OVERSATURATED!

Recent forecasts say the industry will far surpass the $50 billion mark and clear over $75 billion in the next 10 years. If you think there’s no room for a newcomer, guess again.

There’s going to be an opportunity to get in the game for years to come.

We can show you how to build a business plan that works for your state and location, teach you how to grow, or set you up with someone who can, and help you get on your way to changing the lives of your customers in terms of their mental health and pain management while making the money you’ve always wanted to make.

Your best bet is to come down and learn for yourself. Check our dates and see when we’re coming to your town and reserve your seat now. It’s free, so what have you got to lose? Besides your part of that 75 billion dollar pie.

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