TESTLAB: Grow Room Designs: This is the most complete guide to different styles of Grow Room Setup
So here we’re looking at what we would consider a non-sealed room, meaning it’s an open-air room. Non-sealed means that there’s not an air conditioner that’s running the cooling capacity of the room, but it’s actually doing it through a vented reflector or just through a carbon filter. So, there’s air constantly coming in the room from outside and constantly leaving the room, exhausting the grow room air. So here’s our first diagram, it’s a basic vented garden. Let’s talk about some of the basic components of the garden.
TESTLAB: How LEDs Work & The Spectrum King Test
Let’s take our first dive into the odd world of light-emitting diode. Because to understand LEDs, you have to forget everything you know about traditional gas discharge technologies. Because LEDs work completely differently.
The Importance of Light Uniformity through Luxx Lighting
Light is a necessary component of the successful growth yields. Regardless of the size of the indoor operation, light matters. Even though light is vital to any production, often times a lighting system is left up to incomplete knowledge or guesswork. The fact of the matter is, with correct lighting, indoor yields can exceed current expectations. This, however, requires thorough planning for light fixtures.
What's a Sealed Room?
Simply put, it's a grow room where there are no vents to the outside and the entire environment is controlled from within the room. This approach to cultivating opens the possibility of providing your plants with the perfect environment where the temperature and humidity can be controlled to a 'T' and headaches such as odor and powdery mildew can be properly controlled. A sealed room can also provide any business-minded individual the ability to form a dynamic foundation in which their business can scale quickly and efficiently.
Should You Be Using Hydroponic Cultivation?
For commercial growers, hydroponic cultivation is a way to provide plants with a nutrient-rich base, but without using traditional soil. Hydroponics enables the roots of a plant to get plenty of oxygen while directly intaking the necessary nutrient solutions. Instead of soil, materials like peat moss, perlite, and clay pellets, among others, help support the root system.