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The most common micro-cultivation facility size is 6,000 square feet. Although your canopy space can be 2,152 square feet you will still require roughly an other 4,000 square feet to incorporate all the needed working space and rooms for the facility in a working flow required by Health Canada.
The micro cultivation licensing application generally takes between 4 and 7 months for approval from Health Canada from the point your facility is fully operational and licensing has been properly submitted.
Under ideal conditions a 1,000 watt flowering grow lamp or quality LED contender yields between 1.5lb – 2lb per light. There are many variables such as strain, lighting, growing system, environmental controls, c02 and more that factor in to your overall yield and quality though.

As a recreational grower you would receive between $5.00 – $14.00 (CAD) per gram depending on the quality. This means that the farmer will sell a pound of Canadian recreational cannabis to the government for between $2,240.00 – $6,272.00 (CAD). The government then distributes it to the dispensaries or sells it online. In British Columbia the one to handle cannabis sales is the BC Liquor Distribution Branch.

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This can vary depending on the users growing style and budget. Generally a 6,000 square foot micro cultivation facility will house between 98 – 120 grow lights.
Yes, LED lights can grow large yields of dense, high quality cannabis. Many of the commercial LED grow lights out today are out performing the leading double ended 1,000 watt counterparts. They will also reduce your electrical load by 50% per light and HVAC needs by 40% as well as becoming the new normal for indoor grow lighting as new regulations and energy conservation rebates take place.
Although it is cheaper in light costs to utilize the sun for your lighting as much as possible, the heating costs, greenhouse construction and other environmental controls add up fast and the end product is not as quality as fully indoor grown cannabis. You will also be more susceptible to bugs and moulds in this setting.
The term medical grow, or (ACMPR) stands for Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. Allowing a “patient” to grow a set amount of cannabis plants in Canada based on the doctors daily consumption recommendation. This licensing was initially released on July 30th 2001 in Canada as (MMAR) Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (That’s how they decide to spell marijuana).
Yes, growing in hydroponics offers faster growth with more control, automation and less invitation to bugs and moulds. Hydroponics is the preferred way to grow for most professional cannabis cultivators. Plants grown in hydroponics will also be richer in terpenes and cannabinoids due to the added focus on root health.
Yes, we offer training and apprenticeship programs to train new growers. Our monthly programs are structured and catered to your facilities growing style, strain, lighting and nutrients. Weekly programs keep you learning at the right pace and your gardens in check.
All 4Trees Cannabis Building customers receiving planning or consulting services will receive access to wholesale hydroponics pricing at 20% – 40% below MSRP costs.
Take a picture of the plant, send it to us and give us some information on your garden. You will receive prompt notification of your problem diagnosed by a master grower. The first check-up is free.