If Your Grow is Thriving, So Are Your Profits
It’s another glorious day in the trim room. Short staffed and undermanaged. The new guy mentions something about these “sick,” white trichomes, while you identify spider mite bites on leaves. He’s too new at this even to know what PM is, and you wonder, how did it slip this badly?
Money got tight. Owners expanded too fast and ran low on cash. Cutbacks happened. A couple of gardeners got slashed, and remaining gardeners are overworked on salary. Quality control goes down. A couple of dehumidifiers break causing a little PM. Someone forgets to feed the flower room, lowering plant health.
That flower room didn’t get cooked after the last harvest, and spider mites thrive. PM spreads like wildfire when an irrigation hose pops off and goes unnoticed. The plants get stressed, buds stop swelling, and some colas start having spider webs. How come you didn’t read about this in the instruction manual?
This is just classic example of what happens industry-wide. With correct instruction and management, losses can be minimized. When you get behind the ball, it is difficult to catch up. That’s why we have the instructions for your success.
Now let’s back it up. Owners didn’t expand since the right eyes saw red instead of black. You kept your gardeners. Your dehumidifiers worked, so PM didn’t develop. Your room was cooked properly, so the bugs baked. Your plants are healthy, because they didn’t miss feedings. Immunity is high, and the plants laugh at the few bugs left. And that hose never pops off, because a gardener noticed a small leak early.
Your grow is thriving, and so are your profits.