And once you have any power cords, ventilation through any porthole I really recommend cinching it up and that way you keep you know any of your environment from inside the grow tent from getting out of it including smell and then you know any environment outside of the grow tent whether it be hotter or colder temperatures, different relative humidity from getting into the grow tent. And really there are many different lighting options like I said earlier, but this is the majority of your tent set up, other than that, whether your growing in soil, coco, or a different type of ebb-and-flow, or flood-and-drain hydroponics system, you’ll just put it below and you’re ready to start growing.
So we include a clip fan with all of our grow tent kits and that’s to get some air movement over the canopy and this is really important because if you don’t want powdery mildew or pests or insects to really set up shop on your plants, you need to get air movement over them, think of your feet if you ever get calluses, a plant’s stalk also acts in much the same way and what I mean by that is if a plant is never used to getting air moving on it then its stalk will become very flimsy. So pushing air over your plant making it wave back and forth actually makes it more robust and hearty so you always want to be pushing air over your plants if you can. I recommend hanging this up from you know maybe one of the ceiling bars pointing down towards your plants.
Thanks, everyone for joining us while I show you how to put these grow tent kits really together. Now click in the description below because there you can go through our automated grow tent kit configuration software where you can choose your grow tent size and then you go to the next step where you choose your lighting type, where you go to LED, ceramic metal halide, or high-pressure sodium then you go to the next step and you choose soil, or coco, or a hydroponics system to grow in and even within hydroponics we have different types like flood-and-drain or an ebb-and-flow and if you don’t know what those are, give us a call. Believe me, we have people on the phones six days a week and on email, so our goal is to make you successful in your first grow please click on the links below to go to GrowersHouse.com to make that happen and please contact us if you have any questions. This is Nate from Growers House, Happy Growing!