Those who have grow operations in states that aren’t quite legal yet likely already have a long list of tips and tricks they utilize throughout the year. Keeping electricity bills down is important. Providing a barrier for smell between the house and the public is important and of course, privacy and secrecy are very, very important. But are those the only elements you have to be aware of to protect your grow in the winter?
Protect Your Grow in the Winter Where it Snows
If you’re in a more tropical climate, the winter months may pose no extra safety risk to your grow operation. However, if you live where there is a chance of snow, keep this in mind. This year in the Netherlands, cannabis growers are being arrested by Dutch police in droves after being caught by melting snow. The winter weather has given them another method for tracking those with larger grow operations within house or business structures.