5 Tips For Cultivating CBD In Grow Tents

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Indoor gardening, which utilizes a grow tent is among the quickest, most convenient ways to produce crops all year long. It can, however, take a lot more than that. It’s unlikely that indoor grow tent operations will be successful due to the number of things that may interfere with it throughout the entire harvesting period. 

When you’re growing marijuana, you probably won’t get through the process without hitting some obstacles along the way. In any case, if you do your best to oversee and handle your tent crop carefully, you should make it all the way through to the harvest period. 

You can reach your goal by following these tips. 

Tips For Cultivating CBD In Grow Tents

5 Tips For Cultivating CBD In Grow Tents

1. Select The Best Grow Tent 

Everything else will only be possible if your grow space is ideal. This is because how your plants are grown depends significantly on their environment. Therefore, you should think about the available space before deciding what kind of plant you want to cultivate. 

Select the best grow tents with a vent for airflow in them, which is often lined with reflective material that’ll ensure adequate illumination. In addition to the heat retention properties, small grow tents allow the plant to ingest enough heat it needs to grow. When purchasing a small grow tent, the essential features you should look for are easy admission doors, easy-to-use tools or gardening tools, and ventilated windows. 

2. Use Your Space In A Smart Way 

Tents have a lot of advantages, but they have their drawbacks as well. You have to utilize the square footage of a grow tent wisely since they’re usually limited on space. Plan out every square inch of your grow tent before you set it up. 

Plants are raised on platform-like structures, known as table designs. This way, you’ll spend less time hunching over, and the canopy of the plant will get much better access to light. 

3. Consider Using Two Grow Tents 

An alternative to one large tent could be one small and one medium tent. The use of multiple tents ensures continuous harvests when growing short-day plants as separate tents can be set up for different season conditions and their weather. It’s also easier to recover from a disastrous malfunction if you have multiple tents. 

4. Sustain Sufficient Lighting 

You should ensure sufficient light for indoor micro-greens since they utilize the indoor space in your home. When your seedlings are first germinating, the plants require as much light as they need. A typical lighting schedule is between 18 and 24 hours. The roots and stems of the crop are more robust in this condition, which causes faster growth in the vegetative state. 

Since LEDs radiate less heat than other types of lights, they’re the most commonly used light source for micro-growing. Your CBD plant’s leaves and buds will burn considerably less when using LED lights. 

You must take proper precautions to ensure that the CBD plant doesn’t burn to a crisp. Your crop needs to be closely watched for signs of development and switched only at the right time. If you’re using an appropriate lighting schedule, you can start the 12-hour cycle anyway when the plants get half the size you wish. 

Transition your plants when they have reached 1.5 feet tall if you desire a 3-foot plant. Plant at 1 foot in height to achieve 2-foot tall plants. 

5. Maintain Tent’s Cleanliness 

This tip goes together with insect control. By keeping and ensuring the cleanliness of your grow tent and its operations, you ease the task of cleaning up and prevent the spread of germs and pests. Clean grow tents provide more sterile crops in the end, so always keep them clean. Take note that the quality of your CBD plant will impact its efficacy and benefits. 

Before setting up your plants, make sure the grow space is cleaned well. Using bleach is okay, as long as it’s diluted thoroughly. You can even pluck off dying leaves as they grow. You can also brush up dying leaves and wipe down surfaces. 


Small-scale aspiring growers have expanded the possibilities of CBD growing thanks to indoor micro-farming. This system eliminated the need for a lot of space and expensive equipment to grow CBD on a small scale. You’ll be less burdened when you venture into micro growing if you consider the tips provided above. You can also succeed in micro-growing by spreading more love and care to your plants.

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Beverly Chandlier

Beverly Chandlier is a hemp enthusiast, working as a marketing consultant for a reputable hemp manufacturing company. She also has been involved in hemp research and shares her expertise through various online publications. Beverly is a mother of three lovely daughters. She balances her career and family life by spending time cooking hearty meals and engaging in various outdoor activities.

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