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how to grow weed indoors in a closet

How to grow weed indoors in a closet

The lights need to be hung up, so you need to ensure that there will be enough space for that. It’s also crucial to have enough vertical space for your plants can grow without interruption, otherwise they’ll be stunted and they won’t reach their full potential.

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We suggest basing the number of plants you’ll be growing on the size of the closet you’ll be growing them in, as you definitely don’t want to overload the area. You also want to be sure that you have enough room to accommodate your equipment, including grow lights and ventilation.

Grow Lights


Last but certainly not least, you’re going to need to get yourself some seeds of plants. If you opt for seeds, you’ll likely save some money, but it may be more time-consuming and challenging to get them started. Instead, you could opt for plants that have already sprouted, which will be easier to maintain, but it might be harder to find them and may be more costly.

Choose a Closet

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In a closet, however, you’ll have a much easier time controlling the environment. Your plants won’t be exposed to the harsh conditions that nature can throw your way (including pests) when you grow outdoors, and you won’t have to struggle with trying to attain and maintain the appropriate conditions in a larger greenhouse.

If you’d like to start growing cannabis, but only have a limited space to do it in, then you may wish to consider a closet grow!

Choice of Light

You have the same choices here as any indoor grower, but some choices may be preferable due to your limited space.

Choice of Medium & Nutrient Delivery

Later in flower (when your plants have truly stopped stretching), you should avoid creating a morning temperature dip, as you actually SHOULD create a positive day/night temperature difference (although not more than a 10°C/18°F difference, or you could cause excessive humidity and mold) in order to maximize cannabinoid and terpene production.