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Vertical LEDs increase cannabis farm light in MedMen



MedMen recently transformed a traditional single-level cultivation unit using high pressure sodium lamps (HPS) into a multilevel vertical illumination culture using Fluence SPYDR and RAZR LED lighting systems. See more:

The new plant is optimized to increase revenue per square foot, with all phases of plant growth – from proliferation to bloom – growing under vertical LED Fluence lights.

This conversion has:
-It reduces cycle time to eight-week stalks by up to 25 percent, reducing production time by 5 to 7 days for the retail flower market and by 12 to 14 days for the mining and derivatives markets.

– Reduce cost per pound of finished product by 300 percent.

-Regulated energy consumption per lamp by 40%, from about 1,100 Watts per light to 660 Watts per light.

– Increase the Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) load by approximately 35% per square foot dome.

– More than twice the production per square foot. reduced land requirements by 50 percent.

-Increase crop yield by 157% while reducing water and fertilizer use.

– Improved stable, universal quality of flowers and chemotype with denser trichromatic development.

MedMen Management offers integrated solutions to hemp license holders in the fields of cultivation, extraction, production and retailing.

Fluence Bioengineering is a LED light manufacturer located in Austin, TX. Fluence's goal is to evolve the way people cultivate foods, medicines and a collective understanding of photobiology. We have combined over a century of experience in photobiology research, semiconductor design and lighting design to investigate high PPFD cultivation, the effect of wavelength on plant morphology and photoperiodic response. (t) spot (s) phone-appareil photo (s) visiophone (s) free (s) envoi