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Growroom Design

Helping You Build Your Perfect Growroom

Forums

  1. Design and Location

    Locating and making the best of your available grow space.

    77,170
    posts
  2. Environment

    Probably the most important part of your indoor growroom

    Extraction fans, carbon filters, humidity, temps & C02

    72,308
    posts
  3. 97,683
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  4. Growroom Photo's

    Growrooms and mum boxes in progress.

    14,687
    posts
  5. D.I.Y. Kit

    DIY tips and ideas to help save you money.

    21,235
    posts
  6. Growroom Tools   (93,214 visits to this link)

    Work out your grow space, lighting and extraction required, coverage and running costs.



  • Posts

    • badbillybob
      I kinda thought the same, about this being a hot summer  Ive tried before up here, without any real success, but a mate grew out some plants in a polytunnel, which were frickin huge. They succumbed to rot tho, when the weather went pear shaped in august a couple of years back. Ive not tried autos tho, so hopefully they will fare a bit better,  I will give it another try, would really like to do a greenhouse adventure, but cant , due to ex-copper neighbour and nosey bastards. I might well be wasting my time, but if you don't try, you never know eh?
    • vince noir rock n roll star
      fuck yeah ..love some nessie news ..
    • Cursed
      Forget q anon, Nessie is making a comeback   https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/may/23/scientists-dna-hunt-loch-ness-monster-scotland     Theres actually some interesting science in there, using PCR to amplify all DNA found in the lake, it give amazing data sets on biodiversity.   I'm hoping to be involved in something similar this summer assessing the fungal community of an ancient woodland and a reclaimed quarry site.  
    • zen-ken
      I get mixed information on the CMH 315 being as powerful as a 600w HPS...the theory being the CMH has 90% usable light spectrum and the HPS 50% odd and a lot of heat. (far red spectrum) The CMH get better taste reviews but people are reporting more stretch with these bulbs.  You can see your girls better under CMH as its a more natural light making spotting problems far easier.   I must admit I'm tempted by a 630 CMH to replace my 600HPS but would still keep the ballast for the MH.....Im waiting, reading that thread and waiting to pounce lol.   (would mean a new reflector as well)