CORONA, Calif., Aug. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Micro Lab Farms, the premier provider of portable, automated, clean growing environments for the legal cannabis sector, announced that its new technologies provide greater efficiencies and increased crop yields at lower costs than other comparable methods of cultivation. Lowering costs of production will be critical as cultivators are facing a commoditized market of surplus inventory.
Recent reports by SF Gate and CBS News state that California may have as much as eight times more cannabis supply than demand. Supply and demand fluctuations will be a very real challenge for growers in California, just as they have been in Washington State, Oregon and Colorado.
Terry Ubl, President of Micro Lab Farms, says that the company's cultivation systems can significantly lower costs of production, enabling growers to make a profit – even at the lower wholesale prices that are forecast.
"The unfortunate fact is that many growers will not be able to survive in the new regulated market in California," Ubl said. "Oversupply will drive prices down, and growers with inefficient operations will find that they cannot reach breakeven."
Ubl also said that his company is currently producing their proprietary automated farms as fast as they can, as orders are pouring in from both current growers and entrepreneurs looking to get into the market.
"Our system can mean the difference between success and failure," Ubl said. "With our sealed environment, water use is reduced by 90%, fertilizer use is reduced by 80%, energy use is a fraction of other methods, and pests and mold are virtually eliminated."
One of the key components of Micro Lab Farms is their patented Bipolar Ionization, based on a technology pioneered by Albert Einstein. The system will neutralize many chemical compounds and VOCs, sterilize mold and bacteria, and reduce energy bills - because instead of paying for heating and cooling, growers can recycle conditioned, purified air instead.
"California will be the largest cannabis market in the world," Ubl said. "We give people the systems they need to succeed."
For information, call (855) 247-8054 or visit: www.microlabfarms.com.
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