MJardin Turnkey Cannabis Cultivation Maximizes Yield

CannaInsider interviewed James Lowe, President of Cultivation at Mjardin, who reveals how top shelf cannabis is grown and all the best practices it takes to ensure a healthy harvest The conversation covers lighting, soil, irrigation, CO2 and more.

James Lowe MJardin

Key Takeaways:

  • 1:42 – James talks about his background
  • 2:41 – What is MJardin?
  • 5:56 – How to set up a cannabis grow
  • 9:05 – James talks about his preferred growing medium
  • 12:30 – James discusses the “capillary mat” and what it does
  • 18:00 – Climate, temperature, humidity
  • 21:13 – James talks about the lighting aspect of the grow
  • 23:15 – Indica and Sativa heights at harvest
  • 26:42 – Getting an “extra harvest” each year you grow
  • 28:27 – Lessons learned in the grow room
  • 30:49 – Changing consumer tastes
  • 34:59 – Mitigating the risks of pests and disease in your grow
  • 38:31 – Biggest mistakes made by new growers
  • 41:52 – James talks about people’s ideologies in growing
  • 43:38 – The future of greenhouses in cannabis cultivation
  • 48:33 – James talks about promoting his people from within
  • 50:16 – Contact details for Mjardin

So we come in and the vast majority of the time 100% staff the cultivation facilities and run the day to day operations as opposed to providing quarterly support or a single person that might assist a owner with their day to day operations.

We actually perform 100% of those activities by MJardin employees.

Read the transcript or listen to “Master Cannabis Cultivator on How to Create The Optimal Cannabis Grow”: http://www.cannainsider.com/cannabis-cultivation/

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