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cannabis grow tent setup

The Standard Grow offers a complete package for growers who wish to maintain a perpetual cultivation operation year-round. It covers all of the essentials in housing, lighting, automation, and filtration for a standard home grow.

With the tent height maxing out at 48”, plants grown in this space should not exceed 24” in height and we recommend using dwarf, indica, and auto-flowering varieties for best results.

With the 315w CMH (ceramic metal halide) lights, enough heat is generated to recommend this build for an open space to allow for the best possible air circulation through the tent. The included 3100k bulb allows you to use the tent for both vegetative and flowering cycles.

Grow room components:

First-time growers, budget growers, and those who wish to keep their garden as inconspicuous as possible are a good fit for the Nano Grow, as it is a basic grow setup. At 24”x 24”, this tent is small enough to fit in most closets.

The 6” exhaust kit may either be fastened on the top of the left tent or on the bottom-right, each option directing air through the carbon filter and out of the top port. This room receives two 6” clip-on fans—the first will be fastened to the top-right support beam of the tent to help move warm air towards the exhaust. The second fan can be placed on the back-left corner to follow the canopy as it rises.

Total cost: $117-147

Grow room components:

The Micro Grow is a value-driven package designed to provide all of the essentials for a single tent grow. More advanced than the Nano Grow, it’s a complete system that can handle just about any cannabis growing style.

The “Standard Grow” is designed to be a fully comprehensive cannabis cultivation and propagation system, offering an all-inclusive perpetual grow space packed into a 4×5’ build. For just under $1,000, you get a 3-chambered, 3-light tent with a full air filtration system, automation and metering included.

Cannabis grow tent setup

Learning how to set up a grow tent is a fundamental skill if you’re planning on growing cannabis this winter. Summer’s coming to an end and its time to pack up your flower pots and put away the nutrients. Or is it? Many beginners decide to jump headfirst into indoor growing without really knowing what they’ll need to grow successful cannabis plants, which is what we’re here to talk about.


If you ever go to one of our stores to buy a grow tent, our shop keeps will give you a full tutorial on how to put it together, However, when you get home you’ll probably still feel a bit overwhelmed by all of the different parts and bits. It’s pretty easy to forget all of the advice you were given.

How to set up a grow tent | The Grow Tent

This step is pretty simple. Get a fan and put it in your grow tent. You’re much better off getting a clip-on fan that you can attach to the side bars so that it’s at the right height for your plants. If not, you can use clamps or ropes to string it up, or get a standing one if your grow tent is large enough.