EnviroGrow has created the ultimate curing environment that allows for slow, even drying, keeping the humidity similar inside and outside the foliage. This allows enough time for pigments to degrade. This slow type of curing allows buds to dry enough so that mold does not grow when it is stored. When product is dried and cured improperly, potency can diminish substantially. This traps chlorophylls and other pigments, starches and nitrates within plant tissue, making it taste poor and burn unevenly. The cannabinoid levels in a plant are determined by its genetics. Proper drying and curing will keep the levels as high as genetically possible.
Why use an EnviroGrow dry/cure unit?
In order to produce a perfect product you must ensure an ideal drying process that is consistent. EnviroGrow has created a system to do just that.
How much product can this unit dry?
Our 300sf unit can dry up to 700lbs at a time, and 625sf unit can dry up to 1,500lb at a time.
Are these units compliant with national codes?
We have designed and engineered our unit to be compliant with all national codes for building, fire, mechanical, and electrical.
How long does it take to dry?
These units dry product in 5-7 days.
How does it cure?
The system dries the product, then you have the ability to use the location as a secure place to cure product.
How do you ensure consistency?
These units have a operating system that tracks data from previous harvests. This ensures consistent drying by strain type.
What sizes do they come in?
We offer 2 sizes: 300sf and 625sf, as well as our pre-built units in 20′ and 40′ containers.
Can the units be expanded?
No, these units have set sizes. The equipment in them is designed for their specific size.
What size door opening do these units require?
Our Kit units can fit through a standard 36″ door. Our pre-built units in containers require a 10′ x 10′ door opening.
How long do they take to assemble?
It depends on the size of the units. Our panel systems are simple to assemble. We provide all the needed info and support that makes for a simple, hassle-free construction.
Is product put in racks or baskets?
Our units have several options, depending on the type of drying you prefer; racks, baskets, carts, or trays.
Do these units have fire suppression systems?
No, fire suppression does not come standard on these units. We recommend if fire suppression is desired or required that you connect to the facility’s existing sprinkler system.
Do these units have cameras?
Yes, we offer a security package on all of our dry/cure units. This system monitors both the operator, as well as operations in the unit.