Step 1 of this grow guide which is of course selecting the location of your grow. So, the first step to that is deciding are we going to be doing an indoor grow or an outdoor grow? Now if you do decide to do outdoor a highly recommend going with a greenhouse because that is going to be the best way to prevent any issues such as pests or mold from getting on the plants and messing up your yields. Now you will also want to have a place that is going to have a lot of direct sunlight for that grow. Because in a greenhouse, obviously you can have supplemental lighting hanging up in there by having grow lights in the tent.
When shopping for grow lights, you’ll notice they are labeled with numbers like 2700K or 4000K. This refers to their relative warmth or coolness on the color spectrum—the higher the number, the cooler the light. Foliage growth is generally best around 6500K, though many plants need a period of warmer light, around 3000K, in order to produce flowers, and thus fruit.
If you want to learn how to setup a grow tent then we have this useful grow tent setup article for you, which also gives useful tips on how to setup a small grow room. After reading this helpful grow tent setup guide, you’ll realize setting up a grow tent is not rocket science.