Environment

  • Beginner's Guide to Grow Room CO2

    Carbon dioxide is a beneficial gas that plants use in the process of photosynthesis.

    By introducing extra CO2 to your indoor garden, you can help your plants in a number of ways. Many experienced growers are well aware of this and utilize it to their advantage. However, this may be your first time hearing of a relationship between CO2 and plants.

    Luckily, introducing additional CO2 into your garden is simple, and can have a number of benefits.

    Read on to learn why you should be using CO2 producers, how to use them, and things to watch out for. Continue reading


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  • Beginner's Guide to Choosing and Sizing Grow Room Air Conditioners

    Using multiple pieces of equipment, especially high powered grow light systems, is guaranteed to generate heat. In a grow room, this heat can have a negative impact on plants. Excess heat may even be intense enough to kill them completely.

    A reliable, correctly sized A/C for the grow space can be the saving grace for plants that would have otherwise wilted in the heat. Continue reading


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  • Choosing a location for your grow room

    Finding an area that is easily accessible by you but out of the way of others is recommended. You should consider how you’ll bring equipment, tools and other supplies to the garden - and how much time and effort that might take as you expand your gardening endeavor.


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  • Grow Room Atmosphere & Ventilation

    Your garden is a living breathing system that needs to take in fresh air and expel waste air and heat. The atmosphere inside of your grow room is just as important than the grow light you choose.


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  • Best Cheap Grow Room Controllers In 2019

    If you think you have to spend thousands of dollars to automate your garden, think again. Here are 9 controllers under $100 that can give you piece of mind while saving you big!


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  • Greenhouses Bring The Great Outdoors Inside

    Greenhouses are a great way to keep gardening conditions consistent and protect young plants. They offer an excellent way to start the growing season early or extend it into fall and winter.


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  • Why Hydroponic Water Temperature Matters

    Chillers and heaters are used to keep hydroponic water temperature constant in a hydroponic grow. Having the right one for your needs makes all the difference.


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  • The Most Common Grow Room Pests And Diseases

    Insects and mites can really put a damper on your grow. Learn how to defeat each of these and what you can do to prevent them.


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  • Indoor Grow Room & Grow Tent Ventilation Setup Tips

    Proper ventilation is essential to healthy plant growth, and proper filtration is equally essential to clean the air and remove all odors.


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  • How to size your dehumidifier for your indoor garden

    One of the most commonly overlooked parts of setting up your indoor garden is accounting for the amount of moisture that will build up in your room from your plants transpiring. Plants transpire about 97% of the water they receive, so the amount of water you remove from your room with a dehumidifier should be roughly equal to the amount of water you give to your plants each day.


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