So you have decided to setup a grow room(s), well that is a great idea! Gardening is the number one hobby in the U.S. and being able to garden all 12 months of the year is great. Hopefully you have a little money set aside to setup your new grow room correctly the first time, and if you follow our advice we are sure that you will be successful.
Some of the things that we will cover in this section are: choosing a location for your new grow room, making sure your area has adequate electrical capacity for all of the equipment that you will be using, access to proper ventilation, selecting the right amount of lighting for your space, controlling the environmental elements, security, and of course a step-by-step guide to help you get started.
Some people use their grow rooms exclusively for one kind of plant and others like to mix it up by adding other cool features to their space like terrariums for growing cactus or carnivorous plants. Terrariums for other kinds of plants are okay to add to your space, but don’t mix your horticulture with mycology because some fungi can be your enemy in the grow room, keep your mushroom growing terrariums in a different space…far from the garden. We will cover mycology terrariums separately in the Psilocybe Cubensis section With that being said let’s pick a Grow Room Location