Environment

  • 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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  • How To Choose and Size The Best Grow Room Air Conditioner

    Keeping your plants happy and healthy when growing indoors will sometimes require you to use the best grow room air conditioner unit - but choosing and sizing one isn't easy.

    This is especially important during those hot summer months, but even growers based in more mild climates can suffer from grow room heat problems year-round.

    That’s because the grow lights, CO2 equipment, and other supplies we bring in the grow room create heat themselves - and sometimes a ventilation system just won’t cut it.

    That’s why we’re going to discuss the best AC units for growing plants this year, with an option for every grower out there.

    Ranging from small portable AC’s for grow tents up to industrial, multi-zone units for our huge MSO growers out there - and everything in between. 

    If you're struggling with heat in your grow room or tent, read on to learn which unit is right for you. We'll cover the best in the business as it stands today.

    But first, we need to discuss the different types of units out there - and help you understand how to size yours, using a grow room BTU calculator.

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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.

  • Best Cheap Grow Room Controllers In 2022

    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!

  • 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.

  • Indoor Grow Room & Grow Tent Ventilation Setup Tips

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

    You should be replacing the air in your grow space at least every 5 minutes when the lights are on, and even quicker if your environment is struggling to combat heat or humidity.

    On top of this, it is important to circulate the air within your tent. This will keep temperatures and odors down, strengthen plants, and more.

    When it comes to indoor growing, its so important that you control your environment. A good ventilation system is necessary to make this happen.

    We are going to share some useful tips for improving your ventilation and circulation within your grow room or tent. But first, let's start with the basics.

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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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