Grow Tent Systems And Hydroponic Grow Tent Kits guide, Property advice, Money tips
Grow Tent Systems And Hydroponic Grow Tent Kits
9 June 2021
If you are anything like me then growing plants or herbs comes with a struggle, no matter what you do they seem to begin browning, drying slowly in the edges, and the next time you look they are wilted and bending over as if they have given up on life. And as sad as this makes me I still believe in having live plants, flowers, and foliage in the home, while there are some great faux plants on the market, I enjoy growing with the greenery.
Thankfully there are technical and modern advances that can help even the most black-fingered people like myself and turn those killing machines into green fingers in no time.
Initially, we would see the marvel of inventions known as grow tents or hydroponics systems in movies and simply put it down to special effects or camera overlays, however, this is now a fully functioning and operational system of everyday life.
Understanding the meaning.
So what exactly are these tents that are miraculously growing plants with no effort, what does it mean to use hydroponics and why is this way of life becoming the way forward for the future?
Growing tents (a quick explanation on them can be read here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Growroom) is essentially a man-made environment made with lights, heat lamps, and a tailored amount of sunlight that are combined in such a way that make the growing conditions of the plants ideal and thus their needs are constantly met.
This boosts their growth rates, there is minimal chance of death (perfect for me and my household) and you can continue to put in and take out plants, herbs, and even fruit or vegetable produce as necessary.
When we talk about hydroponics, this practice involves, in simple terms, a vitamin and mineral enriched water solution that allows the plants to grow without the need for being planted in the ground or soil. Some only need their roots to be submerged in the liquid to have an effective growth production.
This is a quick, easy, and successful way to grow vegetables and to be self-sufficient, especially if you live in a country where the harsh weather makes outdoor produce patches impossible. You can live off the grid like many people do, sustaining your family with the natural nutrient-grown foods you nurture yourself.
Advantage of grow tents.
Self-sufficiency in essence is enough to want to look further into how the whole process works, but let’s take a look at the top criteria that appealed to customers to initially give it a go and now believe they could never live without it.
- If you enjoy living in the city as it’s close to work and you can commute via bicycle everywhere then keeping your natural roots and minimal carbon footprint runs further than simply not needing a car. You want organic vegetables but space is more than likely limited in an apartment, until now. There are varying sizes of grow tents and you can easily fit one onto your balcony or make it a feature in the living room.
What should be mentioned is that with the luxury of a grow tent and the control you have over the growth spurts, there are still instances when the temperature needs to be monitored and regulated for optimal productivity. See a quick study in this link on how best to perform certain functions and procedures to have the best indoor garden possible.
- Year-round. You can have fresh herbs and vegetables all year round without needing to constantly go up and down to the supermarket to buy produce that has more than likely been chemically grown to speed up the process.
- Clean air. With live plants and herbs, you have a free and constantly circulated supply of fresh air, and we know with the world as polluted as it is we could all use some clean breathing in our lives.
- Ease of use. It can be set up, essentially installed in the home by anyone and everyone, which makes its versatility so sought after.
Get you started.
How to get the ball rolling can be daunting, we see these (what seem to be) complicated setups but in fact, it is quite simple, all you need to do is decide on the size and scale you want to have in your home.
The great thing is that you don’t need an endless amount of equipment to begin, what you need to research and look into are the new and modern versions of hydroponic grow tent kits where you get the essentials to get the process on its way and as you familiarize yourself with the methods you can add to your collection and increase your yield.
Like with all new products and techniques your best option is to do your homework on the subject, you can tweak and edit it to best suit your lifestyle and home setup and enjoy the positives of a homegrown literally- meal.
From the beginning.
We have some evidence of earlier natives making homemade and makeshift growing pods and boxes to combat the effects of harsh weather realities, with time this has evolved into more compact and sophisticated versions, and the innovation of the grow tent as we know it today was launched in early 2001 and hasn’t stopped.
While it may sound exciting and you want to rush out to get yours today there is some information to read up on when choosing the right grow tent for you, see here https://plantcaretoday.com/grow-tent.html for a brief guide and look at what to consider and once you have narrowed down your options you can delve deeper into them and the fine print to suitably match one for your home dynamics.
Too often we jump in with both feet and end up either frustrated and disappointed or worse financially at a loss with money wasted on unnecessary products and equipment or the incorrect setup for what you need. The time you take to do your homework will save you not only money but the headache that comes with the wrong choice.
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