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Wouldn’t it be nice to have your clones by your harvest, while next to

your trimming area, all while located near your drying, curing,

and storage areas?


When cultivating outdoors, there is an ever-changing environment that will inevitably impact your cannabis in many ways. Due to this, the three essential variables in cannabis growth (humidity, temperature, light) may not be what you had hoped. Issues with any of these three variables can cause growth problems and an increased likelihood for mold growth development, which would render the plant unusable. In an indoor facility, this is no longer an issue. In rooms with technology that can constantly change these variables to an optimal level, a cultivator can expect consistent outcomes in their cannabis harvest. Ensuring a proper environment is extremely valuable for cultivators in states with cold winter, as they can cultivate all year round.


As a result of being indoors, cannabis plants are protected from storms, fires, tornados, but there are several other ways of protection than you may expect. Outdoor plants risk getting contaminated through the air from many things out of a grower’s control, such as pesticides, toxins, and heavy metals. A more reoccurring issue outdoor cultivators experience is contamination due to insects using their plants as a home or food source. The most common of these being caterpillars, moths, spider mites, and ants. These issues minimized in a secure indoor facility. With a safe indoor facility, rooms can be locked with key card access, so only certain employees can access particular areas to reduce accidental contamination and further monitoring ability. Advanced security also reduces the opportunity for theft of plants which is more present in outdoor facilities.


So how does the end product compare from indoors and outdoors? Cannabis grown indoors, where cultivators utilize the indoor advantages, result in a higher quality product. Throughout the indoor grow process, when set at the proper temperature, lighting, and humidity, and handled carefully, will result in a flower with a higher terpenes count compared to an outdoor grown plant. Greater terpenes count results in a higher THC concentration leading to an improved potency and sensory experience. Due to the higher quality, cannabis grown indoors sells for a higher price than its outdoor counterpart.

The Spacesaver Solution

Here at Spacesaver, we want to help elevate your indoor cultivation business to the next level by assisting you to create your facility by providing you with the best. We offer vertical grow solutions for your facility and racking equipment to make a full circle solution to accommodate every step of the process.

The GROW Mobile System eliminates wasted aisle space and allows for multiple levels of growing area, significantly increasing the amount of your yield. By maximizing space, reducing energy use, and improving efficiency, this mobile vertical racking technology helps create better places to work and grow.

Our Cannabis Drying System is our newest product which helps preserve plant quality by minimizing handling. Taking the bar off the cart rather than touching the plant means fewer crushed or disturbed leaves and buds, increasing the final amount of terpenes for the best product possible.

​To learn more, contact our office today. Call 410-472-0824 or email


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