Cannabis Cultivation has important design and engineering decisions that should be taken into consideration when it is being grown since poor design choices and inadequate care for them leads businesses into bankruptcy and lead them to a shutdown.
Most of the mistakes cannabis cultivation businesses make in this sort involves around the layouts in which these sites are made, and then they’re harder to change because the workflow has already been set up.
Another concerning design error revolves around the inadequate investment to control the environment inside and managing airflow. Heating and ventilation systems should be easy to repair and must have proper, proportional spaces in order to keep the air and dehumidify the site as required. Doing so will provide an optimum environment for the plant for better, efficient growth, without increasing the temperature at an extreme level for the crop. The investment is good for the long run in this particular regard as this factor is the 2nd biggest reason for crop loss.
Moreover, efficient spacing can increase the cannabis cultivation process. It is done by dividing the space into subdivided rooms, so each of the rooms has its own separate ventilation and airflow system to provide ease of access when harvesting or growing is considered. Moreover, the shape of the room is also considered. Mostly rectangular spaces are considered since the airflow spreads evenly, unlike square rooms in which the heat can centralize.
Ergonomic decisions for both the workers and the facility is also important for better cannabis growth, and it is quite ignored in this field. However, it drastically increases work growth and also decreases labor costs. First of all, it provides physical ease of access while testing these plants. Secondly, it will increase efficiency as the rooms being devoid of tables, or sliding containers would put the plants on the ground, which would pack a room full of plants, decreasing drainage management. Thus, the peripheral plants are always neglected, decreasing crop yield.
Lastly, but not the least; hazard protection must be considered with the presence of fire emergency exits. As clinical and medicinal cannabis can also be used for entertainment purposes, chances are that there can be incidents involving smoking marijuana plants. It is a better commercial practice to prepare the facility for incoming incidents.