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3-in-1 Overhead Cannabis Drying Nets and Hangers

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How the 3-in-1 Automated Cannabis Drying Nets
and Hangers Can Improve Your Operations

After years of serving the cannabis industry, our team began noticing a common pain point for commercial cannabis growers– the drying process. Not only was drying, hanging, and curing the cannabis plants costing businesses time and money, but it was also costing floor space due to the stationary nature of traditional drying racks. That’s why Lift and Grow set out on a mission to develop the best cannabis drying racks for commercial cannabis companies and hemp farmers.

By working with growers across the United States, we designed and manufactured two solutions that will revolutionize the drying process for your cannabis facility– the 3-in-1 Overhead Cannabis Drying Net and Hanger System and the Overhead Flatbed Cannabis Drying Rack. Using the same lift machines that automate our popular grow light solutions, we aim to simplify the drying process while helping to keep employees off ladders, maximize floor space, and improve efficiency.

Why Use Our Cannabis and Hemp Drying Nets?

With our 3-in-1 Overhead Cannabis Drying Net System, you can lift up to 350 lbs. of wet cannabis cuttings overhead with the touch of a button. Not only does this lift system allow you to free up floor space and increase drying capacity, but it also keeps employees off ladders.

The 8 foot long motorized lift comes out of the box with the three most popular drying rack configurations. It can be set up with a single bar and netting, two parallel bars with netting, or two “over/under” bars that can accommodate hundreds of hangers. Two additional bars can be purchased. The whole system can be raised or lowered as little as an inch at a time to aid in loading and unloading.

Once your lift is installed in your grow room or facility, the drying process is simple. To get started, follow these steps:

  1. Lower your drying rack bar from its storage position in the ceiling to the floor
  2. Clip the new netting or bars to the post.
  3. Press the lift’s button to slowly begin raising the post and attached netting or bars with hangers to the ceiling.

As the lift begins slowly raising to the ceiling, employees can begin attaching plants to the net or hangers to the bars. Once fully extended, the cuttings will be securely stowed overhead for the remainder of the drying process.

The Drying Racks come with a 90-day money back guarantee, along with a five year mechanical and one year electrical warranty. Order a 3-in-1 Overhead Cannabis Net System today to begin freeing up space in your facility and reducing potential for crop loss!

Cannabis drying has always been one of the biggest pain points for cannabis growers. Utilizing state of the art technology, Lift and Grow has developed a revolutionary system to solve this problem. The cannabis drying net offers an easy solution for growers and cultivators.

Drying Racks vs. Hanging

paulycali

Need some input here farmers:

If you have done a side by side experiment with the drying racks and the hanging process please share your info

From your experience what were the end results when using a drying rack compared to the normal hanging process?

Do these drying racks work?

qupee

lil of both 😉

I made a drying tent out of a GrowLab GL60.

Plants hang at first, and once they are trimmed they sit on screen racks (I voted for racks tho).

I don’t hang them for any specific amount of time. Some get trimmed within a day, others not for several days. Overall, it’s usually 7-10 days before the stems snap, sometimes longer if it’s extra cool.

Here’s a little YouTube vid showing my setup.

GreenThumbBill
paulycali

Are people skipping the hanging process and placing them directly on the racks after a harvest and wet trim? Is that what these racks were intended for? Skipping the hanging process.

mrbong73
paulycali

Are drying racks supposed to allow the grower to skip the hanging process?

Basically trim buds wet and place on drying rack. No hanging at all?

PLEASE ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS. DO NOT RAMBLE ON ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE. THANKS

GreenThumbBill
paulycali

Thats what i thought. I figure they would get damaged for sure laying on a flat surface

So basically instead of placing them in paper bags for a day or two after hanging you would instead use the drying rack instead of the paper bags. Is this correct?

I think i am catching on

I almost thought these were intended to skip the hanging process and after trimming wet you place your buds onto the rack to dry

Emithsuk
GreenThumbBill

Thats what i thought. I figure they would get damaged for sure laying on a flat surface

So basically instead of placing them in paper bags for a day or two after hanging you would instead use the drying rack instead of the paper bags. Is this correct?

I think i am catching on

I almost thought these were intended to skip the hanging process and after trimming wet you place your buds onto the rack to dry

As with most aspects of growing there are no hard and fast rules on how to dry and cure other than DO IT AS SLOW AS POSSIBLE. And, I personally believe you should dry in the dark. But at the end of the day, it’s all about personal preference.

I always place buds in brown paper bags before jarring.

MY routine is: trim, hang branches of hand trimmed, put machine trimmed loose buds in drying rack. Then, when they are ready, I put the buds that were in the hanging rack into brown paper bags since they dry faster than the stuff still on branches. Usually by the time the hanging branches snap the machine trimmed is ready to be jarred and I cut the hand trimmed bud of the branches and place it into the drying racks for a day or two before putting it into brown paper bags and then finally jarring it. I burp all my curing meds 2-3 times a day for about a week or two before smoking.

Need some input here farmers: If you have done a side by side experiment with the drying racks and the hanging process please share your info From…