Indoor Grows

  • LED vs HPS Grow Lights - Which Technology Is Best For You?

    The debate over LED vs HPS grow lights and how each technology produces buds is a hot one.

    Growers who have been at this for decades and started out with this older, high-pressure sodium lighting swear by it, and are hesitant to switch to something new - especially when looking at the cost difference between HPS & LED grow lights.

    LED growers, on the other hand, point to the huge savings in electricity costs, along with decreased heat production in the grow room. They also reference bigger, more resinous flowers.

    So which technology is right for you? Should you finally make the jump over to LEDs?

    In this article, we're going to break down the pros and cons of each lighting style to help you understand which one is right for your crop. Because while LEDs are the better light, they might not be right for you at this time.

    Let's get started by explaining the criteria we're going to use to compare HPS lights vs LED.

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  • How To Build A DIY Stealth Grow Box

    If you’re interested in learning how to build a DIY stealth grow box, you’ve come to the right place. 

    This kind of growing environment can be incredibly useful, no matter what kind of plants you are trying to grow - or for what kind of purpose.

    Not only can it hide your growing space to keep your growing environment more discreet and less cluttered looking, but it also offers the ideal growing environment for your plants.

    There are plenty of other reasons to consider learning how to build a stealth grow box. In this article, we’ll give you more information on why it’s a good idea as well as some tips on how to make a cheap stealth grow box in the matter of just a few short days.

    Let’s dive in.

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  • The Best Inline Fans For Grow Tents & Rooms Of 2024

    In order to keep your climate dialed in and odors at bay, you’ll need the best inline fan for grow tents or grow rooms - depending on how you’re growing indoors.

    The grow room climate is not an aspect you want to skimp on - a premium fan is worth it’s weight in gold, because it will ensure your plants have the perfect conditions in terms of temperature and humidity. It will also help expel stinky, stale air from your growing space.

    The last thing you want is to invest in any aspect of your grow and then deal with equipment failure - but unfortunately, that's inevitable when you try to pinch pennies on a noisy, outdated fan.

    We’re going to explain why finding the best inline fan for your grow room is so important - and we’ll help you choose the right one for you, explaining best practices for sizing.

    After that, we’re going to offer some suggestions - our picks for the top inline fans of the year. We’re going to share options for every type of grower - whether you’re a hobbyist with a small closet grow or a commercial grower with a huge warehouse. Let’s start with some basic information on these fans.

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  • Indoor Growing - The Definitive Guide To Gardening Inside

    Indoor growing is becoming more and more popular, especially as technology makes it easier.

    There are so many reasons you should consider growing plants indoors

    Maybe you want to continue growing your favorite plants during the cold winter months.

    Or, you want to create your own growing environment to get bigger yields and more potent flower.

    Maybe you just want a new challenge - and growing plants indoors is just that.

    We are going to teach you everything you need to know about indoor growing.

    By the end of this guide, you will know everything you need to grow huge plants in the comfort of your own home!

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  • Indoor Grow Room Design & Setup Examples

    Are you struggling with indoor grow room design & setup?

    This can be one of the most exciting parts of growing, as you can visualize your indoor garden.

    Just the thought of your growing and flowering plants indoors and flowering can excite any grower. But, some newer growers get caught up here.

    This is a very important and meticulous step, however, and you should put diligent thought into how you are going to design your grow room.

    The growing room will dictate how your plants grow, the number of plants, and the number of supplies you will need.

    Do you have a spare bedroom?

    A closet?

    An entire garage?

    We are going to show you some indoor common grow room setup you can copy for your own setup, and talk about some important things to consider when designing your grow room!

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  • 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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