Growers Supply now offers new blackout systems that provide effective light deprivation for greenhouses.

The new blackout systems are designed to maximize business potential by giving cultivators the ability to control the light cycle and allowing them to set the best harvest schedule for their needs. These fully automated systems provide efficient light deprivation that can lower labor costs while improving crop quality.

For cannabis growers, in particular, blackout systems are a must-have for greenhouse cultivators. The blackout systems from Growers Supply are designed specifically for the S500 greenhouses.

Growers Supply is an industry leader in manufacturing gardening, growing and nursery supplies, including greenhouses, high tunnels and controlled environment agriculture systems. The company features a catalog of more than 30,000 products.

More information: growerssupply.com.

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