Although $300 sounds like a lot compared to the other guides, this budget already includes all the equipment you’ll need in your grow tent.
Of course, you can always pick the size of the tent that you’ll need, but a great tent will maximize the available space that it can give you.
However, if you don’t have one, you can make use of any rack or shelves that you have. Just make sure that you’ll have enough space for your lighting setup. Alternatively you can use cob led grow light which is are relatively compact in size.
This diy grow box project is actually a good time to bond with family, friends or partners too.
This DIY box tent tutorial is found on YouTube, so if you’re someone who needs to see how it’s done, then this is for you.
It basically looks like a mobile that you can hang wherever you choose. Surprisingly, this can actually improve your lighting system.
Overall, using PVC pipes is a smart choice. It’s lightweight and you can easily expand what you have by adding more pipes.
If you don’t know what a panda film is, it is something that you can use in the inside of your grow tent. A panda film is a material that is waterproof and can efficiently reflect the lights from your setup.
Sure, you’ll get the lighting needs of your plants from any grow lights. However, your grow tent should be able to reflect lights efficiently.
Lindsey Hyland grew up in Arizona where she attended University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture. She supplemented her education by working on various organic farms in both rural and urban settings. She started Urban Organic Yield to discuss gardening tips and tactics. Growing and raising just about anything gets her very excited. She is especially passionate about sustainable ways to better run small-scale farms, homesteads, urban farming and indoor gardening.