Understanding HVAC & Plant Dynamics in Grow Room Environments

January 10, 2020 | 4:20 pm | 315 | Cultivation

This session will describe why the typical HVAC system design for grow rooms does not work. Also discussed will be the alternatives for controlling indoor environments to promote proper plant growth, maximize yields and minimize operating costs. Through well-informed choices in grow room climate conditions and equipment, growers can minimize operational costs while producing larger, more profitable yields with higher levels of desirable traits. This Session will share real-world strategies to help attendees create a more sustainable business that is also very good for cannabis plants.

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Brad Hess, Regional Manager, Desert Aire

Brad Hess is a Regional Manager for Desert Aire, a manufacturer of dehumidification and indoor environmental control equipment. Brad has  worked for  HVAC manufactures,  and an HVAC manufacturer’s representative. He is a sought-after speaker especially to meetings and seminars conducted by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).