Phototron Holdings, a technology provider to the hydroponic growing industry, recently declared that SG Sensors division, its wholly owned subsidiary, has declared beta testing for its advanced wireless sensors and controllers. These sensors benefit all sized-growers within the medicinal marijuana industry.
Indoor manufacture of superior quality medical marijuana can be achieved by maintaining optimal conditions for all stages of grow room operations. This in turn owes to constant monitoring of several key variables that can determine the discrepancy between crop loss and successful growth. The new SG Sensors-brand sensors and controllers provide in real time the key variables of grow room operations to growers of all sizes. In addition, it controls and optimizes the growth condition. Following the achievement of beta testing, this functionality will be offered in an integrated suite of wireless SG Sensor products.
According to Phototron Holdings CEO, Sterling Scott, this novel functionality by SG Sensor products will be advantageous to growers of all sizes. In addition, this new solution will provide key grow room information constantly from a mobile platform, at all times. It also enables growers to effectively and securely carry out operation without being bound to a single location.
Initially, Phototron targets its sales and marketing initiatives on medical marijuana grow operations as the value of the crops and their sensitivity is being increased based on a host of conditions.