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growing white sage
My name is Jack and I am trying to figure out how to properly grow white sage indoors and what exactly it would entail! I hope you can help, I’m confident an expert like yourself would be able to lend some sound advice and a little guidance, if you have a little time to spare.
I live in Ohio and I would like to commercially grow white sage (salvia apiana) indoors. In a perfect world, there would be around 1,000 plants that I could trim/harvest a couple of times per year but I’m not so sure this is feasible.
What would it take to commercially grow indoors? Any special instruction for lighting intensity, distance from the plant and length of exposure?
Should the air remain a consistent temperature or a variable? Humid or not very humid?
Would it be possible to utilize some sort of 2 or 3 tier rack system to save on space? What would the lifespan of a healthy plant be and how large would it grow over that period of time?
Any help and information you could provide would be incredibly valuable and I would be very grateful! I appreciate your time and hope to hear from you soon!
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