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In this lesson, Cameron discusses how outdoor weather conditions can impact the conditions INSIDE your grow, and how to adjust for optimal environmental conditions.
Now we’re going to be talking about weather procedures.
Weather affects the entire harvest process. And so what’s going on outside in terms of whether it’s going to affect what’s going inside during the harvest, including the drying time, the curing time, etc. And so being up to speed and up to date with what’s going on with the weather and what to expect with the weather will affect the way that you treat your harvest.
And remember that weather changes from quarter to quarter and may even change hour to hour and so being up to speed on what the weather is in your area will help you achieve a superior product.
So, weather is going to affect every aspect of your production process and certainly this is true of the harvest side. Really the harvest manager is going to want to always be abreast of what the current weather situation is like.
And ultimately it’s going to take documentation of your seasonal changes so that the facility can get into a process and know how to react in the winter when it might be shorter days and colder and wetter and in the summer where there’s longer days and hotter. And all of this is going to be mitigated or controlled through temperature and humidity settings within each stage of the harvest process.
Certainly apart from maintaining a functioning and cash flow positive facility is to have a standardised product look and feel. And you want to maintain that consistency summer, winter, spring, fall and so being able to adapt and adjust to what’s going on outside is really incumbent upon the harvest manager to undertake.
Thanks for learning about weather. Please stay tuned for the next course.
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