by Greg Green
As you can guess all of the above grow methods can be shaped to suit the grow room. Many a cannabis cultivator have turned entire rooms into a ScrOG or SOG grow. Size is totally up to the grower. For those who are happy with 4 ounces of dried bud every month a small SOG or Cabinet grow is the way to go. For those who want a bigger yield to last all year then a large ScrOG grow may be considered. Many a 5-ft. x 5-ft. ScrOG grower have delivered 30 to 50 ounces of Marijuana every 2 months. When conditions are at their optimum level this can be achieved.
An expert’s indoor grow room would look something like this. 14-ft. x 24-ft. area x 9-ft height. Several vertically suspended HPS lights would hang from the ceiling. The roof, walls, and floor would be covered in reflective material like flat white paint and Mylar. All lighting fixtures would be met at a junction box on the wall. Ballasts would also be attached to the wall. The plants would be placed on the ground in large container buckets inter spread between the lights hanging down. The room would also be completely light proof.
Multiple air ducts and extraction fans would take the hot air out and pull the fresh air in. An Ozone generator would be in place to kill the smell and cannabis odour. Other items may be in place such as a CO2 generator, electrical generator, and even a light mover like a Light Rail III. A Light Rail is a horizontal light mover and there is a ‘Sun Circle’ that the lights suspend from that move the lights in a circular pattern. This allows fewer lights to be used in covering a large grow area.