Triple Seven: Massive, Innovative Grow in DTLA

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Triple Seven – Los Angeles, CA

Located in downtown Los Angeles, Triple Seven is operating one of the most massive indoor cannabis cultivation facilities in the Southern California region. This garden’s philosophy rests on a marriage between the science of botany and agriculture and the art of growing cannabis. According to Triple Seven executive vice president of operations Cameron Wald, the company’s team is full of experts in each industry. “The ideas we are using are not new to agriculture, but they are not being utilized effectively or efficiently in cannabis growing,” he says.

Triple Seven - Los Angeles, CA

The Grow

Triple Seven is located in a 36,000-square-foot building and contains over 7,000 cannabis plants, including a large number of mothers. The facility has 744 flowering lights, a state-of-the-art HVAC system and multiple indoor cultivation rooms set for specific stages of growth. In each room, factors such as water and nutrient levels, temperature, luminosity and CO2 levels are intricately controlled through a networked system. This indoor cultivation facility supplies many dispensaries, stores and delivery services, including the shop located just next door, Project Cannabis DTLA. They are known for growing classic strains like SFV OG, Fire OG, Blackjack, Purple Punch and more. The garden harvests twice a month, utilizing the maximum amount of flower to be trimmed, processed and distributed by their operation as possible. The company just launched a new brand, Classix, which focuses on old-school strains like Blue Dream and Chemdawg.

Triple Seven - Los Angeles, CA

The Business

The massive garden is impressive, and Wald is proud, but he wants everyone to know it takes a lot of hard work. “It’s not all glamorous,” he admits. “It’s not as easy as just starting up a grow, and opening up a dispensary — it doesn’t work that way. But, if you are willing to put in the work and dedicate the time, it can be rewarding.”

Triple Seven - Los Angeles, CA

“The ideas we are using are not new to agriculture, but they are not being utilized effectively or efficiently in cannabis growing.” – Cameron Wald, Triple Seven executive vice president of operations

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