What happens when my grow room is not sufficiently ventilated?
Written by Redacción Mota Radio on 1 April, 2021
If you grow your own Mary Jane, you are probably hoping to harvest of delicious buds to roll up in your joint.
Well, to get quality marijuana it is ideal that you make sure that certain factors throughout your growing cycle are working properly, such as ventilation, but what if the airflow in my grow room is not sufficient? Very good question, stay with us and know the answer.
Ventilation in cannabis growing
One of the keys to getting your girls to develop their full potential is that elements such as ventilation are adequate. You see, marijuana needs fresh air to support the process of photosynthesis and respiration.
A constant supply of fresh air provides your plants with a suitable level of CO₂ and keeps humidity at bay.
If your girls receive enough air they will develop strong stems, otherwise their growth can be hindered.
Without proper ventilation in your grow room, warm air will build up around the plants, creating a warm and humid environment, conducive to pests and insects. It will also contribute to the lamps increasing the temperature in the cabinet.
Generally, the ventilation system is composed of elements such as the extractor fan, the fan and the air infringer. There are many models to choose from on the market, so be sure to choose one according to the characteristics of your growing system.
Also, make sure that the ventilation power produces a soft and continuous breeze (covering the entire growing space), because you do not want any branch of your cannabis to break.