Almost half of the states in the USA have given the legal go ahead to marijuana cultivation for medical use. Of course there are other nations where it is already a legal drug. This is a clear indication that scattered individual cultivation of the plant on a small scale is not equipped to handle the demand that has already been around and is now increasing. Large scale professionally run cultivation facilities are cropping up and more are needed in different parts of the world. Innovative methods and state of the art equipment are being developed and employed for cultivation of Cannabis.
A big chunk of investment in equipment and technology goes into making indoor cooling, light and ventilation as efficient as possible. As in any other commercial enterprise, cost is a crucial factor that influences a lot of decisions. There’s a quiet revolution of sorts happening and investments from conventional industry is also on its way.
A brief list of what is required for large scale cultivation would look something like this; Greenhouses, Drying equipment, germination chambers, pots humidity and temperature monitors, soil moisture testers, different lighting options, and reflective films. The list goes on, and that’s just to highlight that it’s best to have expert advice before setting up or improving your facility.
A good consultant is one who can support their clients through the entire process, right from the planning stage to getting the relevant clearances and legal requisites in place. They would also help and guide in strategy, taking into account your long term goals and ambitions and see how growth transition takes place at different stages of business. Statutory advice, business development, facilities design, set up maintenance and management, cultivation guidance (seed selection, soil selection, nutrients selection), curing, packing and security.
A consultant is not only aware of the legalisation but he also closely follows and stays abreast of any changing scenarios in the government and market. Staying a step ahead of the rapidly changing market conditions, and uses that advantage to help your business stay ahead of the game. It is imperative for any business to stay on the right side of the law, and only a good consultant with hands on experience and understanding of the nuances involved can ensure that for you.
Setting up the legal and physical space for cannabis cultivation is important first step but starting and running the operations, and that means actual cultivation process is the next big step that your consultant helps you through. Extremely crucial technical know how about the sourcing of the right kind of raw material, maintaining its constant supply without compromising on its quality at any stage comes from the expert hands of your consultant. Other ancillary tasks like packaging, storage, distribution through right mediums and or creating direct retail spaces for the company are all integral to the consultation process and procedure that a good consultant offers. Finding the right professional advisor is one of the most informed decisions one can make.