Growing Cannabis Indoor

Legal cannabis products are no different from other products when it comes to a need for establishing both uniformity, and conformity to GMPs regulations, Growing cannabis poses unique challenges for the growers, derived from the multiple stages of growth and the special conditions required. Growin have developed products to help growers with these challenges and enable efficient, uniform and standardized growing of the cannabis plant by using indoor cannabis farming.

Why use indoor cannabis farming?

The most significant benefit of aeroponics in indoor cannabis farming is the explosive growth in a short amount of time. We all know that in the world of marijuana growing, timing is everything. According to Northeastern University of Boston, MA, aeroponics can increase growth rates by a whopping 200%.

By growing cannabis indoor, you will increasing the growth rate substantially of your marijuana plants, and you will be able to begin the flowering phase much faster than growing in traditional methods, such as in soil where you cannot control each variable. Another advantage is that your cannabis plant fully utilizes the nutrient solution to increase bud production significantly.

When plants are grown in soil, they use a lot of energy on root growth to reach more water and nutrient sources. On the other hand, plants grown using Aeroponics systems such as our indoor farming system- do not use their energy on root development as the water and nutrients supply is already present. The saved energy instead is used for producing more yield and tastier crops. Moreover, Aeroponics plants experience a higher growth curve and denser vegetation when compared to soil.

indoor cannabis farming with High-quality standardized medical-grade products

In order to ensure high quality standardized medical grade products, all Growin components of practice and workers in the supply chain of medical grade cannabis products, from the stage of raw plant material to the final cannabis product, are to be controlled by stringent criteria and quality control in accordance with the Good Agricultural Practice (GAP).