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Proper ventilation in your growing room is fairly important. The more plants you have in one room, the more
important good ventilation becomes. Plants breathe through their leaves. The also rid themselves of poisons through
their leaves. If proper ventilation is not maintained, the pores of the leaves will become clogged and the leaves will
die. If there is a free movement of air, the poisons can evaporate off the leaves and the plant can breathe and remain
In a small closet where there are only a few plants you can probably create enough air circulation just by opening the
door to look at them. Although it is possible to grow healthy looking plants in poorly ventilated rooms, they would
be larger and healthier if they had a fresh supply of air coming in. If you spend a lot of time in your growing room,
your plants will grow better because they will be using the carbon dioxide that you are exhaling around them. It is
sometimes quite difficult to get a fresh supply of air in to your growing room because your room is usually hidden
away in a secret corner of your house, possibly in the attic or basement. In this case, a fan will create some
movement of air. It will also stimulate your plants into growing a healthier and sturdier stalk. Often times in an
indoor environment, the stems of plants fail to become rigid because they don't have to cope with elements of wind
and rain. To a degree, though, this is an advantage because the plant puts most of its energy into producing leaves
and resin instead of stems.
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The indoor grower
quickly realizes that plants that are too tall do not produce enough at the bottom to make the
extra growing time used worth while. An exception to this rule would be if it is intended the
plants are to go outside at some point, and it is expected that the light/shading issue will not be
a factor at that point.
The plants, if started at the same time, should create what is called a "green canopy" that
traps most of the light at the top level of the plants.
A small indoor space should be found that can be used to germinate seeds; these vegetative starts are placed outside
to mature in the spring after last freezes are over. The space can be a closet, a section of a bedroom, a basement area,
an attic or unused bathroom. Some people devote entire bedrooms to growing. The space must be light leak proofed,
so that no suspicious light is seen from outside the house. This could invite fuzz or rip-offs. The space should be
vented. Opening the door of a closet can be enough ventilation if the space is not lit by big lights that generate a lot
of heat. Separate exhaust and incoming air vents are best. One at the top of the room to exhaust air into the attic or
out the roof, and one to bring in air from an outside wall or under-floor crawl space. Use fans from old computer
cabinets, available from electronic liquidators for $5 each. Dimmer switches can be used to regulate the speed/noise
of the fans. Use silicon to secure the fans to 4-6" PVC pipe pushed through a round hole cut in the floor and ceilings.
Use lots of silicon to damp the fans vibrations, so that the walls do not resonate to the fans' oscillations.
Line the walls with aluminum foil, dull side out to diffuse the light and prevent hot-spots, or paint the walls bright
white to reflect light. Aluminized Mylar, 1 mil thick is best.($20 for 25 feet of a 4' wide roll.) Mirrors are not good to
use, since the glass eats light!
Mankatheni @ Friday, October 09, 2015 8:39:12 AM: