Use Your Surrounding
Just because you live in a small space does not mean you cannot assemble a grow room, as almost any space inside your home can be changed into a suitable growing environment with a bit of creativity and hard work. Some individuals may want to skip the additional work of changing a cabinet or closet into a grow room and purchase a grow chamber or tent that comes with all the necessary products for growing plants. Most tents and chambers come set up with ventilation holes, reflective interiors and zippers perfect for helping a plant get air, water and light, which also helps minimize the cost of having to purchase additional ventilators and reflective gear. One of the perks of a tiny operation is the minimum visibility, but a full-blown operation with its own LED grow lights is capable of producing more crops at once.
Grow Tent and Chamber Placement
While these tents and chambers are meant to be placed in any space of the home, you may want to reconsider placing them next to a bedroom or on top of carpets. You want to avert placing tents and chambers next to bedrooms as they will make noise thanks to the water pump and lights inside the device, and if you're a light sleeper, this will make for one difficult night of sleep. When it comes to floors and carpets, you do not want to place the tent or chamber on top, as many of these products are not designed to hold water inside. In order to prevent damage to the floor or carpet, be sure to blanket the bottom of the tent or chamber with some sort of painter's plastic.
Save Money Where it Counts
Some individuals may want to transform a walk-in closet into a grow room to yield more crops, and all that will be required is grow lights, some reflective materials to bounce light and a ventilator to circulate air flow. Do not forget, you can shop around for grow electronics, but you might be better off buying from an online retailer than at a brick and mortar store. For first time growers, you'll see that the largest expenses and most needed items will be the LED lights and ventilators.