Indoor cannabis grows are expensive operations. Given the real estate costs, massive energy bills, and significant staffing requirements, it’s crucial to find a way to increase profits.

Maximizing your grow space is one way to do this and that could mean vertical growing -- the practice of producing plants in vertically stacked layers or vertically inclined surfaces.

In the food sector, vertical growing companies like Plenty, Aerofarms, Gotham Greens, and many more, are revolutionizing agriculture.

But in the cannabis industry, which practically invented sunless growing, there has been notably less activity.

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Christine Giraud ~ Leafly.com

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