As noted above, you are responsible for what you believe will be your harvest. Get reading, try some of the grow logs, and in the basic growing sections, plus a book or two wouldn’t hurt. If you’re not in a tent, get one, figure out how you’ll introduce fresh air, and exhaust stale air. Don’t water too often, but keep the plants hydrated and fed. During vegging provide humidity to 75% or so. Figure out what type light you’ll use, suggest any of the cob style or quantum style boards which are no brainers. Seeds are much harder to get going than clones, but there you’ve got to be confident you’re not bringing pests into your grow along with said clones. Good growing, the community is here for the problems you’ll encounter, we’re a reference not a crutch.I am new to growing indoors and was wondering if anyone had any tips that can help
As far as tips I was meaning the old "in my experience" type of help but I will check out some more books I do a lot of research as it is toHard for anyone to offer help or tips without specific questions. My tip would be to read any grow books you can find and read through the forum thoroughly.
As far as tips I was meaning the old "in my experience" type of help but I will check out some more books I do a lot of research as it is to