When planning out your cannabis greenhouse, you have a lot to consider from location, ventilation, temperature control, humidity, fertilization and more. Whether you have an urban hydroponic vertical garden, a commercial site, or a personal business, adding an automated greenhouse system will benefit you. Save money, water, and fertilizer with a fully optimized system customized to your needs.

The Importance of Ventilation

Correct ventilation is key to greenhouse growth because temperatures can easily reach dangerous levels if not properly managed. Ensure you install proper exhaust fans, louvres and curtains in your greenhouse to remove any extra heat or humidity that builds up inside the facility. For example, a hydroponic vertical garden or commercial warehouse facility can easily manage ventilation for your cannabis yield with a simple climate control system. Different cannabis strains have different optimal growth temperature ranges. You must accurately control temperatures within your greenhouse throughout the year. 

A great way to do this is by investing in a professional climate control system or an evaporative cooler which will help keep temperatures consistent and fresh throughout the year. Reduce potential risks from pests/diseases entering through open vents during extreme weather conditions like hot summers and cold winters. 

Lighting & Humidity Control 

Use high-pressure sodium (HPS) lights for more efficient lighting systems that provide broader coverage with less energy consumption. When cultivating cannabis indoors lessens waste on electricity bills over time. Traditional lighting consumes too much energy over time and is much less effective.

Make sure you vary airflows within the grow space as different plants may cope better in either low or higher humidity levels – using monitoring devices such as hygrometers can greatly assist here. Controlling humidity and lighting will yield high growth and healthier plants.

Fertilizers & Nutrients 

Just like other crops, nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K) and magnesium (Mg) are the four main macronutrients required by cannabis plants. Their availability needs to be adequate throughout their lifecycle. Since these nutrients come from different sources – soil or liquid nutrient solutions — their concentration needs careful monitoring. Otherwise, unbalanced amounts could foster deficiencies or diseases among plants over time. For organic fertilizers, try using compostable materials such as yard clippings mixed with fish emulsion (which acts as a source of NPK).  

Greenhouse Automation

As you can see, growing cannabis requires special care. And depending on the size of your facility, trying to keep up with everything from humidity to ventilation to fertilization can have a high time and labour cost. Our climate control automated systems help you manage: 


  • Temperatures
  • Humidity
  • Fertilization
  • Watering
  • Customized zones
  • Lighting
  • Nutrients
  • Ventilation
  • And more


Not only that, you can easily monitor the entire system with your smartphone or laptop remotely. It’s convenient and yields much better results. Manage a consistent temperature and humidity level year-round. Don’t worry about the effects of changing seasons. You have full control over every aspect of your greenhouse. 

Call Climate Control Systems today. We would love to sit down with you and learn how our automated greenhouse systems can help you succeed in your business. Contact us today.