#2 Installing your grow lights
There are several options for grow lights, although it’s best to get LED lights. The more plants you put in your closet, the more lights you’ll need to install in the upper part of the closet. LED lights are inexpensive and fairly easy to install; they are appropriate for growing weed from seedling to yielding. LEDs are a preferred source of light as they don’t emit too much heat. If you use other types of light you’ll have to be extra cautious not to overheat your cannabis plant.
Mission Possible: Growing Weed in Your Closet
When all is set in and around your closet, it’s time to pay more attention to your plants.
Converting Your Closet Into a Grow Room
If you are growing a small number of plants it would help if you can circulate the air in the room where your grow closet is. Use fans and open the windows frequently. If you still notice a hint of a strange smell in the air, you can try to set up a small fan inside the closet.
Choose a Closet
However, just because other growers have done it, you’re probably thinking to yourself, “that doesn’t mean that I’ll be able to do it”.
First and foremost, one of the biggest benefits of growing weed in a closet is the cost. Given the super high costs that off-market dealers and dispensaries charge, becoming your own cultivator, no matter what location you decide to use, is way more cost-effective.
How do you turn a closet into a weed “farm”?
When you cultivate weed in a closet, you’ll have total control over the growing process, and you’ll get much better results. Outdoors, you really don’t have control over the environmental conditions, so you’re limited by Mother Nature. In a greenhouse, you’ll have an easier time maintaining the climate, but doing demands a lot of work, patience, and quite frankly, sheer luck.