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Greenhouses. Specializing in light deprivation greenhouse fabrics and supplies. FFG only offers top shelf product quality with the idea of efficiency and high yields guiding our line of offerings. We have taken the guess work out of setting up your project so that you can focus on growing your plant. We are the original greenhouse company to specialize in automated, zero lumen light deprivation greenhouses. FFG continues to blaze the trail forward combining forces with the likes of Agrowtek, Trueleaf, Rocket Plasma and Dragonfly Earth Medicine. From 16’x24′ to 20×24 acres. FFG. This is what we do.
Eric Brandstad has been managing Forever Flowering Greenhouses since 2007. In addition, he is an earthwork and paving Licensed Contractor. Originally from San Joaquin County, California, his family has been commercially farming since 1862. He originally executed site development for greenhouse facilities prior to working for FFG. Eric moved to Grass Valley in 2001, where he started a small organic farm with his wife Bridget. Together they grew wheatgrass for the local co-op and now have a small goji berry nursery in a cold frame greenhouse.
Since starting with FFG in 2007 Eric has been actively working on understanding how summer greenhouses operate efficiently. He has toured many greenhouse facilities over the years to gain a better understanding of how plants react in greenhouse environments. Eric also speaks about Light Deprivation technology which was pioneered by FFG in 2006.
Eric Brandstad’s expertise in Light Deprivation Greenhouse technology has made him a popular speaker at many events including The Emerald Cup, Santa Cruz Cup, Golden Tarp Awards, The Cali Dep Fest, Humboldt High Grade Gala, Canna Con, Cultivation Classic, Cannabis Creative Conference, National Cannabis Industry Association, Imperious Expo, Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition and many others.
Eric’s goal is to help improve the efficiency of light deprivation greenhouses and to help educate growers on how plants react in the greenhouse environment.