Question: Indoor Warehouse Grow vs. Growing in a Greenhouse?

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by ChefDave, Mar 10, 2017.


    ChefDave New Member

    Thinking about growing in a Greenhouse vs a Steel Bldg.,

    What type of Growing System works best in an Open Span Greenhouse?

    Does anyone out there know of any online courses, that may be available to understand how to grow Cannabis in a Greenhouse?

    Any idea of any Legal Cannabis Greenhouse Grows that may be able to be a Mentor, to a Grower with 35 years of growing experience, inside, under lights? This will be for a Legal Grow in California.

    adower Well-Known Member

    Grow indoor in the warehouse.
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    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member


    Niblixdark Well-Known Member

    How about just getting it done already and start hooking up your hydroponic system !


    CaliSmokes Well-Known Member

    Since you have the experience with lights. Why not set up something with lights in the warehouse. Green house is great, just have to choose which type suits your needs. Tons of info on the net, I find cannabis forums to be a bit limited on the greenhouse info. I was going to start a journal of my greenhouse this year but the ddos attacks here make me not want to post photos ahah.
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    adower Well-Known Member

    Indoor commands higher prices.
    Budley Doright

    Budley Doright Well-Known Member

    But a green house is indoors lol. Yes your right, here anyways, outdoor is typically $10 cheaper for 7.5g :).

    Pseudogrowx Member

    Greenhouse is technically outdoor.

    mjinc Well-Known Member

    Indoor will always get you more harvest per year whereas a greenhouse will get you mammoth plants with lower costs. I think the major thing is what sort of market are you supplying? For a lot of folks indoor is the way to go because you get a constant year long supply which is great for the buyers whereas with a greenhouse you just get one massive supply.

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    ALL OF THE ABOVE assumptions are flawed.

    I've seen absolutely smashing results from greenhouse grows.

    Whoever said you only get one run per year in a greenhouse is badly mistaken.

    Costs can be well managed for either scenario, just as poor engineering choices up front can render your building uncompetitive whether it's a solid roof or not.

    Depending on climate, you may be able to run your greenhouse year round with light depo and supplemental lighting.

    Choices of HVAC, lighting and greenhouse technologies will be critical to cost per unit volume, appropriate combinations will be key.

    I believe I can help you develop a solution that will put you well ahead of the competition for years to come, protecting your ROI even as the market price of your product continues to inevitably fall.

    PM me.

    Niblixdark Well-Known Member

    I can only imagine the amount of possible bugs that you will have to compete with. Sounds like a good time ...

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    What does this even mean?
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    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    i agree with @ttystikk but indoor bests are always better than outdoor/greenhouse bests ime.

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