According to the "U.S. Cannabis Market Size, Share & Growth Report" by Grand View Research, the size of the cannabis market in the United States was valued at $13.2 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 14.2% from 2023 to 2030.
In the United States, cannabis is widely used in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. It is also recognized as effective for the treatment of various chronic conditions. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved its use in pharmaceutical products for the treatment of seizures and chemotherapy-induced side effects.
Furthermore, in December 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation to remove cannabis from the "Controlled Substance Act of 1970," and it is expected that this further "liberalization" will create huge market growth opportunities in the coming years (source: Grand View Research).
It is evident, therefore, that indoor cannabis cultivation is gaining more and more popularity due to the ability to provide plants with a controlled environment for optimal growth. However, to achieve a healthy and high-quality harvest, it is essential to understand and properly manage the key factors that influence indoor growth. During the cannabis growth cycle, it is important to provide suitable environmental conditions for each specific phase; for example, the flowering phase requires a specific light photoperiod to develop flowers.
Among these factors, VENTILATION plays a crucial role in controlling temperature and humidity to ensure a stable and ideal environment for cultivation and to obtain a high-quality cannabis harvest.
Investing in an adequate ventilation system is, therefore, essential for indoor cultivation, especially for cultivations that use grow rooms (closed and controlled environments used primarily in indoor agriculture and widely employed in cannabis cultivation and other plants that require a carefully managed environment to thrive). Grow rooms need a controlled environment that ensures proper distribution of carbon dioxide (one of the main requirements every plant needs to grow well).
Let's see together the most important factors for Indoor Cannabis Cultivation:
Proper VENTILATION helps prevent excessive humidity inside the grow room.
During their growth, cannabis plants start to produce and release water, which is why the resulting humidity needs to be removed from the grow room to prevent it from becoming excessive. Good air circulation helps reduce humidity levels, avoiding mold formation and root rot, common issues in environments with high humidity.
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