Many weed growers, both novice and experienced, prefer indoor growing techniques over outdoor alternatives. By choosing a nice indoor grow room setup, you can increase you chances of having a large, healthy crop. But there are a few things that can ruin your entire harvest even if you are using the best equipment and growing techniques. WeedGrowHub will tell you about the four things that seem to be unimportant but have a huge effect on your crop.
There is a lot of work to be done between the moment you decided to start growing marijuana and your first grow room being actually installed. And this thing will probably not work out if you do not have a clear vision of your final goal. The more detailed your plan is the better.
Browse through the various growing techniques and the newest technologies they use for growing cannabis. If you are a novice grower, use our marijuana growing guides to learn what your current options are. Keep the long-term perspective in mind and think what will work best for you. Which technology can help you cut the costs? Which one will make your harvest larger and healthier? When you have a detailed plan, it is easier to see if there is anything you can do to make your grow room even more efficient than it already is.
This rule works not just for hydroponic systems but for other types of grow rooms as well. If you want to get the best harvest possible, you need to be able to control the level of nutrients, chemicals, and minerals that your plants receive.
One of the recommended options is to have all the water purified and sterilized before using it on your cannabis plants. This way, you will keep the level of minerals absorbed by the plants under control and prevent any unnecessary risks.
Grow room ventilation and cooling systems are two more things you should pay special attention to. Since there is always a lot of lights inside a grow room, you need to make sure that the levels of humidity and temperature stay normal at all times. This is very important both for the plants and for the equipment installed in your grow room.
Even if you use the newest technologies to make your grow room more energy efficient, its power consumption will still remain quite impressive. Therefore, you better make sure your building is capable of handling the required electrical load.
Find the transformer pole of your building and look at the numbers listed on it. These numbers show the maximum limits of electrical power that can be delivered to the building. But keep in mind that these numbers hardly represent the real condition of your electricity system. Make sure to contact your local electricity provider and ask them if your building is, in fact, able to draw that amount of energy or not.
This knowledge will help you choose the right equipment and avoid unnecessary problems in the future.