In Bill C-45, the federal government allowed for a Micro Cultivation Licence in order for small or independently-owned businesses to legally grow marijuana as a craft product. The idea behind this was to help increase the supply of the cannabis market, lower the barriers to entry and to draw on the innovation of smaller producers.
The Micro Cultivation Licence permits 200 square metres (approximately 2152 square feet) of total canopy space, including multiple surfaces. It can be either indoors (greenhouse, warehouse) or outdoors (farming).
Most indoor operations involve all stages of the growing and processing of cannabis to take place under one roof. The goal with indoor grow operations is to optimize the environment for optimal plant health and growth purposes. The rooms are sealed and equipped with grow lighting, CO2 injection, air circulation, air filtration, control over exhaust odours with heating and cooling systems (HVAC). When dealing with indoor operations one can expect to deliver reliable consistent results.
If you are looking for a building to accommodate your micro license cannabis grow op, a Pioneer Steel building could be the answer for you.
A Pioneer building will protect your plants from all inclement weather. Pioneer steel buildings provide superior protection against snow, rain, hail, high winds, earthquakes, temperature extremes, rodents and theft. Each structure is manufactured using AZ180 Galvalume Plus steel, which provides a 30-year mill warranty against corrosion, and materials do not deteriorate or require replacement.
Pioneer buildings feature clear span construction, which eliminates space robbing trusses and posts. This ensures maximum usable space, and ensures that building interiors can easily accept conventional insulation, electrical wiring, heating and air conditioning ducts, plumbing systems, drywall, false ceilings and partitions. You can even install skylights to maximize natural light.
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