With this system, cool air will enter through the bottom of the tent, and warm air will be scrubbed as it leaves the top of the tent. The 6” clip-on fan should be placed just above canopy level on the back-left pole to help circulate air evenly as the plants mature.
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The Nano Grow is designed to be the most budget-friendly and least technical design. This build focuses on trimming down the necessary components to eliminate any superfluous items. While the essentials will cost you just over $100, you can add an optional inline fan and thermometer/hydrometer for just bit more.
This guide will help you build from scratch three different garden setups at three different price points. Each build will contain all of the necessary components needed for climate control, and will not require any technical proficiency to assemble.
However, this system tends to run hot and will need the open air of a large room or garage to function optimally.
Filtration setup: For the main room, fasten the first 6” booster fan to the bottom-left port of the tent with zip ties and duct tape, directing air inward. The second booster fan should be fastened in the same way on the top-left side of the tent above the first. This fan will direct air out of the tent.
This build is a perfect fit for a small room or garage space. At 64” tall, the tent affords enough room to propagate most smaller, bushier cultivars. There is a canopy height limit of between 35” and 42”.
With the tent height maxing out at 48”, plants grown in this space should not exceed 24” in height and we recommend using dwarf, indica, and auto-flowering varieties for best results.
Growing cannabis at home can be fulfilling, but is it in your budget? We built 3 grow rooms at different price levels to find out.