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Water is a crucial element of life, and pot plants are no exception. They need adequate amounts to thrive. Growing plants inside, you will need to provide a steady supply of just the right amount of H2O. You could hand-water with a hose or a bucket, but that is a time-consuming and inefficient process. A good drip irrigation system can deliver just the right amount of water to each of your plants efficiently and reliably.

A grow room might be as small as a closet or as big as a barn. No matter the size of your grow room setup, you want to pamper your plants for maximum growth and strength.

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You can buy all the parts necessary for a drip system individually and assemble them yourself, but drip irrigation kits offer an easier and more economical option. They give you everything you need and can be assembled in as little as a few hours. By adding an automatic timer, you can even ensure your plants regular watering when you are away.

Also consider humidity. Depending on the stage of growth, pot plants generally like relative humidity from 40% to 70%. Conditions that are too humid can lead to disease, molds and fungus. Extremely dry conditions can retard the growth of your pot plants.

Grow Room Tips for Cannabis Growing

Whether you want to raise cannabis commercially for profit or are looking to grow some bud for recreational fun or medical marijuana for good health, setting up and using a grow room offers lots of advantages. Unlike growing marijuana outdoors, raising it indoors in a grow room allows you to control all the crucial conditions that affect its growth, like temperature, light, nutrients and water. In addition, growing weed indoors will keep it away from destructive four-legged pests like rabbits and deer who may want your crop.

These 6-8” ports are intended for intake and exhaust fans to keep a steady supply of fresh air moving in and out of a tent. Growers need at least two ports for an LED setup and up to four for HID lighting systems—the latter often needs two extra ports to manage the added heat from HPS or MH bulbs.

Ideal for an LED light, this tent is nearly identical to the Mars Hydro, VIVOSUN, and other OEM versions—consumer-pleasing tents on a race to all-time low price tags.

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If using a hydroponic system, the reservoir will likely be outside the tent, in which case, dedicated 2” irrigation ports will be needed to bring in water. The same goes for Blumline or drip systems.

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If you use a hydroponics setup , you must purchase an inert growing medium such as coco coir or rockwool, and are also responsible for ensuring that your crop gets all the nutrients it needs. The cost of the system itself depends on the ‘type’ you choose. For instance, a 12-plant watering system could cost over $500, but there are cheaper options for under $200.

As temperature and humidity play such a crucial role in growing marijuana, purchase a thermometer and hygrometer, or an all-in-one device. They are available for just $10. If you live in an area where the water isn’t suitable for weed, consider buying a reverse osmosis system to purify the water. The cost ranges from $150 to thousands of dollars.

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A super soil mix can cost between $20 and $50, while there are also nutrient kits on the market for $80+. There is a school of thought that professional soil and nutrient mixes are a better option than natural plant soil because of fewer contaminants.

How long do you spend tending to your marijuana plants? Compare it to how much you are paid for working per hour. Even if it works out at around $20 a day, that equates to $1,400 during a 10-week grow.

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Although it depends on the strain, you should be able to find weed for that price or less at a dispensary. It is when you grow cannabis on a larger scale (within the limits of the law) that you see the real benefits. Let’s say you spend $4,000 on your setup during the year but produce approximately 1,000 grams of marijuana. At $4 a gram, you are definitely winning, especially if you need weed for medicinal purposes .