Tips for setting up an indoor grow tent

Written by on 8 September, 2021

If you have inside your house a space of about one square meter, it is enough to grow your cannabis without attracting the attention of curious onlookers. You see, not everyone has the opportunity to grow outdoors, so growing indoors can be an excellent option.

Using a grow tent, you can have a quality harvest indoors, for this, you must first guarantee the plants certain conditions and take into consideration several aspects when setting up a closet.

1) The place is the most importance

Before setting up you grow tent you must make sure to place it in the right place. It is advisable to place it near a window to be able to install an extractor tube later.

Another relevant aspect is the space you have available. The measurements should be at least 1 or 1.2 square meters minimum. Everything will depend on the size of the cabinet and the plantation you want; pay attention to this detail, so that you can be sure that it will fit in the place where it will be placed and that your plants will be well accommodated.

2) Cleaning

Once you have chosen the place where the closet will be located, it is necessary to clean and disinfect the room completely (windows, walls, ceiling, among others), and then assemble it. This way you will be able to avoid a quick appearance of undesirable pests and fungus. When is the right time to start, well, when the room is dry and ventilated?

3) Electricity source

You should try to make sure that your indoor grow tent is near or has easy access to an electrical source, remember that every closet should have lamps, bulbs, and other appliances such as a fan, which should also be connected to a power source. This will save you from major inconveniences in the future.

4) Quality material

Try to choose quality cabinets. They are ideal, those that are lined on the inside by materials that reflect the lights well, so that all the energy of the same, go directly to the cannabis. White reflective mylar and aluminum-colored mylar are good examples.

Also, the zippers should be of good quality, so that they do not get damaged when you open and close them constantly. In addition, the cabinet should be light-tight from the outside when closed.

5) Temperature simulation

Some people advise that before putting your plants in the closet, you should do a simulation, for at least 48 hours, with everything turned on to measure the temperature and humidity to which you will subject your plants during grow, and you can correct any mismatch.

Benefits of using an indoor grow tent

Relying on these methods of growing is undoubtedly very favorable, especially if you are looking to maintain discretion. It is also beneficial because it is easy to assemble and disassemble, and it offers you an easy way to create a microclimate.

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