Automation can be used in both small greenhouses and large-small industries operations. Many factors such as lighting, humidity, temperature, water, and nutrients can be controlled automatically by using grow room automation systems.
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Full automation allows farmers to leave their crops unattended for a longer period of time.
Cannabis growers need to continue to monitor and modify many factors throughout the growing cycle to ensure the highest quality and quantity of products as possible. These factors include nutrient cycling, watering schedules, and the exchange of fresh air, light, and temperature.
Automation technology can replace almost all aspects of manual work. The changing demands of automation are very dependent on the environment grows.
Outdoor plants normally need much less automation because they receive light from the sun, the water from the rain, and natural fresh air exchange. However, automatic watering through irrigation can greatly assist the plant in dry areas.
Plants developed indoors or within greenhouses are eventually being grown in an atmosphere unnatural to them. This makes them more dependent on technology to survive and thrive, and more technology means more opportunities to develop an automated system. Factors such as humidity and temperature are very important in the setting of a room.
The automatic monitoring system can even watch the soil pH and TDS (total dissolved solids). This information is very valuable to farmers because it allows them to see first-hand what changes need to be made to optimize the growth of it.