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  1. New Article on Ganjly: HVAC Selection for Cannabis Cultivation and Processing Facilities

    In our most recently published article for Ganjly, Laura Breit, Founder of Root Engineers, shares some of the most frequently asked questions her team hears when it comes to HVAC for cannabis operations. Ganjly is a leading cannabis and hemp digital publication focused on providing news on the cannabis industry plus a valuable directory. They…

  2. Regulatory Considerations Featured in Analytical Cannabis eBook

    Analytical Cannabis recently published their latest eBook, Trends in Cannabis Extraction. Part of Technology Networks Group, Analytical Cannabis provides a single resource for the latest cannabis science news, research, resources, and original articles. The Root Engineers team was pleased to have our article, “Regulatory Considerations for Cannabis Extraction Operations”, featured in the recent eBook. “Regulatory…

  3. New article in Cannabis Science & Technology: Understanding VPD and Transpiration Rates

    In the latest issue of Cannabis Science & Technology, our team explored the concepts of transpiration and vapor pressure differentials (VPD), and how these affect the health and growth of cannabis plants. The piece was written through a collaborative effort, with our founder Laura Breit co-authoring alongside Michael Leavitt and Adam Boyd, who are both…

  4. Talking All Things Extraction, Science, and Testing at ACExpo19

    Root Engineers founder and managing principal, Laura Breit, recently returned from Analytical Cannabis’ inaugural event, the Analytical Cannabis Expo. This extraction-focused presentation follows Laura’s presentation on HVAC equipment selection at the New England Cannabis Convention in March, as well as her participation on a panel at the Seed to Sale Show in February. Laura’s presentation…

  5. Cannabis Design & Construction Considerations in Cannabis Business Executive

    There’s a lot to think about when designing and constructing a cannabis cultivation or processing operation. In our newest article on the Cannabis Business Executive website, our team dives into some of the top considerations for growers and processors, taking the design and construction process step-by-step to help guide a successful project. The design and…

  6. See you in Boston! We’re presenting on smart HVAC system selection at NECANN19

    Root Engineers founder, Laura Breit, will be traveling to Boston for the second time this year to attend and present at the New England Cannabis Convention 2019 (NECANN). Last month, she served on a panel at the Seed to Sale Show covering environmental control and equipment selection. She’ll step it up at NECANN with her…

  7. Check Out Our New White Paper on Equipment Selection for Sustainable Grow Room Design

    Last week, we launched a new white paper to help cannabis grow operations make better equipment selections for meeting their goals for growth, efficiency and sustainability. The paper, called “Sustainable Cannabis Grow Room Design” draws on our work in the cannabis industry, and years of engineering experience, to make practical recommendations surrounding major equipment selection….

  8. Root in the News: Laura Breit Featured in CannabisTech

    Root Engineers founder and Managing Principal, Laura Breit, recently spoke with Kristina Etter of CannabisTech. CannabisTech is a newer media company serving decision-makers and users in the cannabis industry with the insight and information they need to stay ahead of an evolving market. During their conversation, Laura and Kristina discussed women in technology who have…

  9. Root In the News: Laura Breit Interviewed by CFN Media

    Root Engineers founder Laura Breit sat down with Rachelle Gordon, national press reporter for CFN Media, at the recent MJ Biz Con show in Las Vegas. CFN Media (CannabisFN) is the leading creative agency and media network dedicated to legal cannabis. During their conversation, Laura answered questions about Root Engineer’s history, services, differentiators and predictions…

  10. Meeting regulatory considerations for cannabis facilities

    It’s a story as old as legalization. NIMBY (not in my back yard) neighbors complain about noise or odor, and growers have to jump through governmental hoops to address these complaints. Once a formal complaint has been filed, growers must provide a noise or odor study, for example, to prove that they are within legal…