Integrated Hydro Solutions Inc., a product development company specializing in system improvement for the vertical cannabis industry, announced a reseller agreement with Cultivation Warehouse, a national consulting firm providing full-service design & equipment solutions for Controlled Environment Agriculture. With this agreement in place, Cultivation Warehouse can specify Dual Draft Airflow Systems into their design plans to provide their customers with fully integrated airflow and drainage solutions.
Leigh Zalusky, CTO, and Founder of Integrated Hydro Solutions share the partnership‘s goal: “We are very excited to collaborate with the team at Cultivation Warehouse. Their expert design services ensure that every customer receives a facility that operates cost-effectively. Now, Cultivation Warehouse customers get the added benefit of an agnostic approach to equipment selection combined with Dual Draft’s ease of integration into all leading bench and racking providers.”
Dual Draft systems address the issues of microclimates and drainage found especially in vertical farming applications. The advantage is particularly beneficial for growers focused on yield per square foot and quality with existing crop equipment and methodologies. For cultivators in highly competitive markets, Dual Draft is an economical solution to address increasing operational costs and decreasing pricing of finished goods.
“Controlled Environment Agriculture facilities are really manufacturing plants, where consistency and predictability come from a homogenous environment,” comments Eric Paulin, Principal at Cultivation Warehouse. “Dual Draft checks the boxes of improving airflow and drainage within the plant environment for single tier and vertical farms.”
Mark Doherty, partner for Integrated Hydro Solutions, appreciates the design focus of Cultivation Warehouse. “Collaborating with Cultivation Warehouse is a natural fit, as they provide an expert level of design assistance to ensure the facility operates efficiently, focusing on optimal plant environments.”