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materials needed for growing weed indoors

Materials needed for growing weed indoors

LED lighting:

There’s a longer list with more things that we didn’t mention, as they are usually things that everyone has at home anyway, such as duct tape, clamps, screwdrivers and other bits and bobs.

Type of lamp, strength, average yield and space covered:

Having a timer in your grow room means that you don’t have to manually turn the lights on and off every day in order to keep your plants in the growth or flowering periods. It’s pretty impossible to do for so long, anyway. Timers aren’t that complicated, just make sure to get a decent one; if you decide to cheap out and get a bad or faulty timer, it may not work correctly and end up completely ruining your plants.

HPS lighting:

Materials needed to grow cannabis indoors | Step by Step

600/1.28 = 468 m3/h is the extraction speed that you need due heat difference indoors and outdoors.

Materials needed for growing weed indoors

And that’s why the nutrients and feeding schedule of soil is different than a hydroponic system…

Now, soil and water (hydroponic growing) have different pH meters. So don’t buy a pH-meter before you’ve decided on soil vs hydro.

5. Pots & Buckets

High temperatures can quickly destroy your crop. And proper ventilation keeps the temperature in your grow room / grow tent in check.

But if you go for a DIY light, you will definitely need a way to hang your lights.

10. Grow Tent

It will save you HUGE amounts of money after the initial investment because you’ll produce more buds than you can smoke…

Materials needed for growing weed indoors

It is simple to grow and it grows fast. Like a weed.

Required for Growing Cannabis

When growing in soil, marijuana likes a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. You do not want to stay at a single pH level, but let it vary throughout the range, with most of the time being between 6.2 and 6.9.

Nutrients And pH Balance

Your municipality has water quality info. You want to make sure your water contains fewer than 400 ppm of mineral content and no chlorine. You could also get a TDS meter to test this yourself, but these are not always reliable.