As the movement to legalize marijuana continues to take hold across the country, growers are beginning to seek out equipment that will help them maximize production. Many growers have turned to design-build contractors to provide cooling and dehumidification systems that help them maintain the temperature and humidity conditions needed for the various phases of marijuana grow operations. Did you know that growing temperatures should be kept at 77 to 80°F (25 to 26.6°C) to produce the largest yields while humidity must be tightly controlled during drying operations?
Until recently, no cooling and drying products were specifically designed to optimize marijuana growing conditions. Responding to the rise in indoor farming, technologies are being engineered to produce the right temperature and humidity conditions to maximize yield while minimizing mold and insect problems.