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Cultivation Elevated

If you are looking to optimize your cultivation facility and cultivate more in less space, then this is the show for you! Host Michael Williamson travels across the country to explore the world of vertical farming and the future of cannabis and food production through conversations with leading industry operators, growers, and executives who are demonstrating success and resilience.

Each episode features inspiring stories that show first-hand how these companies have overcome challenges and found their own path to success. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a few commonly asked questions about our Mobile Vertical Racking Systems. Want to learn more? Reach out to our sales team for more information!

It depends on length and height of rows, but on average three or four rows can be moved at once.

The standard is 36 plants per 4x8 grow tray. However, every group is unique in how they grow.

Mechanical-Assist Cultivation Systems can be built up to 16' high and 56' long. Systems larger than this would require engineering approval.

Our unique track and rail system is made of marine-grade aluminum and stainless steel. It is only ½" high and includes an anti-tip feature to comply with seismic codes. We level and anchor the rails into concrete floors for a high quality, safe installation that performs for decades.

Irrigation and drainage equipment is typically provided by the end user. Our systems can be designed to accommodate a wide range of applications.

Yes. However, prolonged exposure to excessive humidity levels (+55% RH) and direct contact with water can eventually cause corrosion and/or oxidation over time. These are merely cosmetic and do not compromise the strength and durability of the grow system. Routine cleaning and maintenance of the system is the best way to mitigate this risk and maximize the system's performance and longevity.

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