The future of marijuana cultivation is likely to involve a mix of indoor and outdoor growing methods. Indoor vertical farming, in which plants are grown in stacked layers under LED lights, is becoming increasingly popular as it allows for year-round production in a controlled environment, which can result in higher yields and quality.
However, there is also a growing movement towards outdoor sun-grown cannabis, particularly as legalization efforts continue to spread. Sun-grown cannabis can offer several benefits, including lower energy costs, reduced environmental impact, and potentially more flavorful and aromatic flowers due to exposure to natural sunlight.
Some growers are also experimenting with hybrid methods, such as greenhouse cultivation that provides some of the benefits of both indoor and outdoor growing, such as environmental control while still utilizing natural sunlight.
Regardless of the method, it’s likely that cannabis cultivation will continue to evolve as new technology and techniques emerge, and as more research is conducted on the plant and its properties. As the market for legal cannabis continues to grow, there will be increasing demand for high-quality products that are sustainably and ethically produced, and growers will need to adapt to meet these expectations.