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Greenhouse Environmental Control Systems

What are environmental control systems?

As any expert will tell you, a growing environment is more than just the air temperature. It's a potent combination of multiple factors that impact plant growth in a greenhouse. Typically, the main four are heat, humidity, light levels, and ventilation. But it can also be more than that. 

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Indoor vs. Outdoor: Which Cannabis Cultivation Is Right For You?

While indoor-grown cannabis has grown in popularity in recent years because of its uniformity and durability, some companies embrace cannabis's roots — growing outdoors. Cultivating cannabis in the great outdoors has its benefits but also comes with uncertainties that companies should consider before making a decision.

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Pest Infestations: Safeguarding Your Indoor Grow

 

Pests have been a problem for farmers since the dawn of time. Growing nutritious plants is a veritable buffet for insects. In the past, growers were limited to crop dusting with harmful chemicals. But things have changed, at least for some. 

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Soil vs. Hydroponics: Pros and Cons

With the popularity of creating your own garden, whether it's cannabis or tomatoes, one of the first things to consider is whether to grow in soil or hydroponics. There are pros and cons to both, so understanding the differences and how they apply to your individual needs is critical.

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Meet The Team: Stephen Ely

Check out Growlink's new "Meet The Team" video series! This is the first in the series and features Stephen Ely, Growlink's current Chief Technology Officer. Stephen has been with the company since it's inception. 

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Better Data for Better Results: How Analytics Drive Higher Crop Output

 

Better Data for Better Results: How Analytics Drive Higher Crop Output 

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Topping And Fimming: High-Stress Training For Maximum Yield

 

Topping and Fimming: Using High-Stress Training to Maximize Crop Quality and Yield 

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Keeping the Bugs at Bay

 

Keeping the Bugs at Bay – Preventing Pests in Controlled Environments 

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