How to Control Your Indoor Grow Environment – Lighting, Humidity, Ventilation, and Pot Size

How to Control Your Indoor Grow Environment – Lighting, Humidity, Ventilation, and Pot Size

The natural environment of a cannabis plant is outside. When starting an indoor grow, we need to think about all the things that a plant has access to outside and do our best to replicate them. Should be easy, right?  In a previous growing blog post, we looked at the equipment you will need in order to create a well-controlled growing environment for high-grade cannabis. If you haven’t read that, nor thought about the equipment you might need to start growing, you might want to take a look. It will save you doing a whole lot of research yourself, and explains clearly why you might need certain things.  Now, we are going to give you some tips on how to use the kit to create your own indoor garden.   Cannabis, like most plants, has a need for light, carbon dioxide, air movement, a medium for its roots to grow into, nutrients, a certain temperature and the correct level of humidity in the air. Cannabis has evolved alongside man for millenia in parts of the world where these conditions are perfect. This is where original landraces made their mark leading to the cannabis varieties we have today. When thinking about setting up your own indoor space you need to to think about keeping control of these variables, as we will discuss below.  For most people, using a specially made grow tent to control this artificial environment is a very effective method and is how millions of people are growing around the…

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