The power of simulated sunlight is showing remarkable results in growing cannabis.
A high-tech lighting system that mimics the huge variety of sunlight — manufactured by Edmonton company G2V and developed in a University of Alberta lab by research scientist Michael Taschuk — is now being tested in four cannabis grow operations across Canada.
The results have been astonishing, so much so that this lighting system could have numerous beneficial applications for food and plant growing.
Travis George of Endless Sky cannabis in British Columbia has been testing high-end lighting systems for three years but found the G2V lights grow cannabis plants much faster. “It’s an Alberta-manufactured product that exceeds all other lighting on the market … It kicked their asses.”
– Read the entire article at Edmonton Journal.