Diagram of Basic HID Setup in Grow Tent
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Easy First Grow: Coco Coir & CFL Grow Lights
Average Yield: up to 1 ounce per bucket every 3-4 months
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1.2×1.2×2 = 2.88 x 60 = 172.8m 3 . This is the strength that your extraction fan will have to reach to be as effective as possible.
The yields mentioned above are the average numbers obtained under normal growing conditions. Professional growers can definitely harvest more than that, and beginners will most likely harvest less. When it comes to the lamp distance, this can also depend in the growing conditions and your plants’ health. These numbers are simply a guide.
When you grow cannabis indoors the biggest giveaway is usually the intense aroma that cannabis plants let off during their flowering period. If you don’t want anyone calling the cops on you, we highly recommend installing an odor filter of some sort.
This calculation is done by taking into account the temperature outside your grow room and your lamp strength. In this example, the temperature is 20° and the lighting system is 600w:
Before buying anything, the first thing you’ll need to do is figure out where you’re going to set it up. Are you using a full room, a wardrobe in your house, or a grow tent designed for cannabis growing? Depending on your chosen method, you’ll have to spend more or less money.
3- Indoor extraction system
We’ve decided to write a full post on the exact materials needed to grow cannabis efficiently and affordably for all of the beginners out there that are a bit overwhelmed.
In order to calculate the inline fan strength you’ll need to calculate a fourth of your extraction strength. So, if you have a 1.2×1.2x2m grow tent and a 600w lamp, you’ll need a 468m3/h extractor. So, for your inline fan you’ll need to calculate 468/4 which is 117m3/h – this is the type of intake that you’ll need.