With medical and recreational marijuana becoming legal in various states, many people are starting to grow their own plants indoors. It beats having to go to the store or to a shady dealer when you are in need. Not only is it safer, convenient, and more cost effective in the long run, but you get the pride of having grown something all on your own.
The key to growing indoors, is creating the perfect growing environment for your plants. This is true of any plant whether you are growing marijuana, vegetables, or herbs. Creating a growing environment from scratch, can be stressful and time consuming. That is why growing tents are the way to go when growing indoors.
Lighting – Grow tents have reflective walls that contain light, and direct it back at the plants where it is needed. Grow tents also keep light inside them so that you do not alert anyone of your growing operation, should you want to keep it secret. Marijuana plants also need complete darkness at night, so a grow tent will keep any light from hitting the plants. This is helpful if you are growing in a room where you may need the lights on, while the plants are in their night phase of the day.
Design – Grow tents are designed to accommodate common growing equipment, and various set ups, with vents for fans, carbon filters, and places to hang your lights.
Cleaning – Grow tents usually come with a waterproof floor, making it easy to contain spills and clean them up. You won’t have to worry about water leaking out all over your floors. The walls are also very easy to clean, only requiring a spray and wipe down.
Smell Proof – Many grow tents are already setup for a carbon filter. Carbon filters contain activated carbon which traps smells through chemical adsorption. A grow tent on its own will contain some scents, but pairing it with a carbon filter will maximize that.
For more information on indoor growing with a grow tent, call the Grow Hub professionals at 978-506-5931, stop into our store in Littleton, MA, or visit our website today! We provide everything you need to start growing indoors including grow tents, soil, nutrients, additives, grow lights, hydroponic systems, and much more!
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