1. A method for managing production from a plant comprising:providing a plurality of grow chambers in a stacked arrangement, each grow chamber adapted to support a controlled growth environment, separate from the other chambers, for a respective section of the plant; each grow chamber defining a grow chamber path to permit a respective section of the plant to extend through the chamber; the grow chamber path of each of the stacked chambers defining a stack grow path extending within the stack of grow chambers; each grow chamber having at least one access panel to permit access to an interior space thereof;
growing a first production portion in a first one of the grow chambers;
growing a second production portion in a second one of the grow chambers;
when the first production portion reaches a first desired maturity level, removing the first chamber access panel and accessing the interior space of the first one of the grow chambers to harvest the first production portion;
replacing the first access panel;
when the second production portion reaches a desired maturity level, removing the second chamber access panel and harvesting the second production portion; and
replacing the access panel of the second one of the grow chambers.