Surna in Seattle: Cannabis Conference Edition

We had a great time in Seattle for CannaCon. Over the course of three days last week, we met a lot of people and engaged in interesting conversations.

February 23, 2015

We had a great time in Seattle for CannaCon. Over the course of three days last week, we met a lot of people and engaged in interesting conversations.

There were also some great seminars covering everything from raising capital for a business to branding and advertising as well as breeding techniques and information on cannabis technology. In our (admittedly biased) opinion, one of the most well received talks was given by Surna VP of Sales, Brandy Keen.

During her presentation, Keen discussed challenges and best practices for indoor climate control. Keen covered issues such as why maintaining a proper temperature, humidity level and CO2 control are crucial, as well as the best method to use for each.

View the full presentation deck from Brandy Keen’s presentation here.

After the rounding success of CannaCon, our team is looking forward to heading back to Seattle for NCIA’s Cultivation Management show in a few weeks. If you missed your chance to speak with us about your climate control needs, or to see the prototype of our new reflector, be sure to mark your calendar for March 16-18 (we’ll be in booth #30).

Stephen Keen will be discussing disruptive technology in cannabis on March 18.

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