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Cannabis Sustainability Called into Question as Leaders Meet to Solve the Energy Consumption Problem

Cannabis Sustainability Called into Question as Leaders Meet to Solve the Energy Consumption Problem

The sustainability of cannabis growth comes into question again because of the amount of energy consumed in order to make it. Rules and taxes have been made to encourage cannabis growers to find ways of generating their own power. However, an organization, Resource Innovation Institute is holding a conference to talk about it called the […]

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The Ins and Outs of Garden Beams for Your Grow Rack

The Ins and Outs of Garden Beams for Your Grow Rack

“You can see the University of Massachusetts article where they talk about this fact in the sources below. Treatments do not protect the wood from water but it does protect it from the pests, fungi, and other things that like wet wood. The treatments are designed to protect you from microscopic or visible pests destroying […]

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Hydroponic Shelving – Wood vs Metal and More

Hydroponic Shelving – Wood vs Metal and More

“You may have a grow tray between the water and the wood but you still may have accidents where water will get on the wood… If you do not catch it soon enough then you may find that you have a very heavy shelf of plants and water coming down on you in a very […]

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The Ins and Outs of Selecting a Good Vertical Farming Rack
The Ins and Outs of Selecting a Good Vertical Farming Rack

“If a company works primarily in an area where seismic calculations are not needed then they probably do not have the calculations to give you because… The company also lacks the experience or knowledge that will guide you through a successful process of procuring permits…” Every grower has to start out somewhere and most of […]

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Vertical Hydroponic Systems for Sale – Consumer Level or Industrial Level Products?
Vertical Hydroponic Systems for Sale – Consumer Level or Industrial Level Products?

“If you could get the led lights into the system then it would be tight and you would be risking a fire because the lights would be too close to the plants. Your product and profits would, literally, go up in smoke and so would your building too.” Looking for a vertical hydroponic system for […]

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80 Acres Farm Joins Art Exhibition Will Grow Tomatoes on Fifth Avenue
80 Acres Farm Joins Art Exhibition Will Grow Tomatoes on Fifth Avenue

80 Acres Farms is growing produce as part of an art show in New York. It is on one of the busiest streets, Fifth Avenue. It will grow tomatoes continuously for the next six months. New Yorkers will be able to look in on the crop during the exhibition which will run through August. It […]

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Urban Fields Agriculture Demonstrates Indoor Farming/Gardening Is the Future
Urban Fields Agriculture Demonstrates Indoor Farming/Gardening Is the Future

A new indoor growing facility has caught the attention of some in Long Island. It is a business growing produce and it is named Urban Fields Agriculture. It is part of a movement that is starting to gain traction and that is indoor farming and gardening techniques. It is using hydroponic growing methods to grow […]

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