Environment

  • How To Control Humidity In A Grow Tent

    Learning how to control humidity in a grow tent is an essential part of indoor growing. Your plants need a very specific moisture content to thrive, and its not always easy to keep this metric in the ideal range.

    We’ll cover how to raise and lower humidity in your grow tent. But first, we want to quickly talk about the growing environment, and why ideal humidity is so important.

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  • Vapor Pressure Deficit - How VPD Affects Plants Growth

    If you are unfamiliar with vapor pressure deficit (VPD) and its role in plant growth, you are missing out on one of the best tactics for increasing harvest weight.

    Even with the best nutrients and genetics in the world, your plants won’t reach their potential without dialing in temperature and humidity. 

    The best cultivars in the world are able to manipulate VPD to keep the stomata on their plants open, which results in the plants taking up as many nutrients as possible. As you can imagine, this results in explosive growth.

    We’ll cover how you can do this yourself in your grow room, but first, let’s cover some basic info on vapor pressure deficit.

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  • Grow Room CO2 Calculator

    Our grow room CO2 calculator makes figuring out the ideal flow rate easy. Many growers trying to introduce additional carbon dioxide ask, “How much CO2 do I need for my grow room?”

    To use this CO2 Calculator, simply input the dimensions of your room. Our tool makes a few assumptions:

    • The ambient CO2 level is around 300ppm
    • The target CO2 level is around 1500ppm
    • You will add CO2 for 15 minutes every hour

    After you put in your dimensions, you’ll see your calculated CO2 flow rate in green. You can choose between the imperial or metric system.

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  • Grow Room Odor Control: Tips For Fighting Smells From Your Plants

    One of the toughest parts of growing indoors is grow room odor control. If you are in a situation where the smell of your flower doesn’t concern you, you are in the minority, and should consider yourself lucky!

    For the rest of us, controlling odor is an ongoing battle.

    There are a few ways you can combat the smell of your plants, with each having its place. But, at the end of the day, there is only so much that can be done to eliminate grow room odor.

    Before we give you some tips on how to minimize the smell of your plants, let's explain why grow room odor control is essential regardless of where you grow.

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  • How To Use CO2 For Grow Tent Growing

    Using CO2 for grow tent and grow rooms is a more advanced technique that can lead to insane growth. But, this strategy isn't for everyone - there are other factors at play.

    Not every grow tent or grow room needs CO2, or should even consider supplementing with it.

    We are going to help you decide if it can help your particular grow, and then show you how to use CO2 for your grow tent.

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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

  • 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.

  • Best Cheap Grow Room Controllers In 2020

    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!

  • 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.

  • 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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