We know it has been a while since we published a blog post but it’s not without a good reason. In the last several months we have been working diligently to launch a new Surna website and brand strategy to meet the changing cultivation industry.
Every week we to put together a blog that we believe brings much needed information to our readers. We really enjoy being able to share all the wisdom we gather in our various daily activities here at Surna to a reader base who will appreciate and use it. However, today we want to do something a little different. This is your warning: we’re plugging Surna today because it’s, well, awesome. And we want to share with you guys why we think Surna is so awesome.
Admittedly, I am a bit of a politics nerd. One of my favorite parts about working at Surna and in the cannabis industry is how uniquely tied we are to policy creation and how closely we must follow upcoming legislation. So attending NCIA’s 6th Annual Lobby days and being given the chance to visit Washington DC for the first time was a nerd’s dream come true.
At Surna, we talk a lot about creating a more efficient cultivation operation. While we are often focused on educating business owners and growers about how to reduce their energy usage or layout a facility to create better flow, there are many things that can be done within a business to make it more efficient and sustainable.
Topics: Inside Surna
We’ve been working with a group of engineering students from University of Colorado Boulder on their senior design project. For this year-long project, the group of nine students has been working with our in-house engineering team to create an interactive demonstration of the upcoming Surna Hybrid building.
As part of an evolving industry, it is important to take time to thank those who tirelessly lobby and work to change the laws and create the legislation that allows this industry to exist in a legal manner.
The Surna team is headed to Las Vegas next week for Weed Week 2015, a combination of events all happening over the course of a single week in Las Vegas, including Arcview's Investor Forum and the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo.
October marks one year of Growing with Surna, the Surna blog. To celebrate, we’d like to take a look back at the most popular posts to date.
We know what plants need and growers want because we’re growers too. Our technology is developed by working in grows to understand the limits of current offerings on the market. From there, we spend countless hours developing the best product we can think of.
As summer heat approaches, the demand for high-quality cooling systems increases. Just like in any other industry, seasonality creates demand. Air conditioning services are at their highest demand from late spring through summer.
Topics: Inside Surna