As a consultant, sometimes you take on “interesting” projects. In this case, I visited a commercial cannabis grow facility that also served as a demonstration site for a garden lighting manufacturer. I was there as part of a job interview with the light manufacturer to see their lights in action. Along the way, I pointed out a few issues I saw with the grow. Eventually, I asked if we should begin with a short consulting engagement to “green up” the grow before I came to work for them. Unfortunately, they said yes.
After my initial visit, I thought I had a handle on the problems that needed to be overcome. By commercial standards, the facility was fairly small (about 3,600 plants), so it should have been fairly easy to get in shape, right? The plants were watered and fertigated by hand and grown in fabric pots using a hand-mixed,
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