Grow Tent

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Gettnpacksin

Gettnpacksin

Strange ventilation layout....I've only used the 4x8 hydrobay, venting on it was pretty standard. Looks like I would setup my intake fan on the lower 8in hole and exhaust through the 10in hole on the roof of the tent. Even if using a passive intake it's good to put a piece of duct in the intake hole with a filter attached to the end to give somewhere to draw fresh air that's HEPA filtered.
Yeah I think I'm going to cancel the milliard grow tent bc of the vent setup,, and il reorder getting the vivosun instead
 
Can someone answer this. My old lady is saying the grow room temperature is off. If I have the tent at 64° She says bring it up to 75°. I like 75. But the hurricane fan pumps air around. She's actually fucking with me about it. Give me anything ya got,please.......I'm trying for clean air at this low temp.
 
DrMcSkunkins

DrMcSkunkins

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Can someone answer this. My old lady is saying the grow room temperature is off. If I have the tent at 64° She says bring it up to 75°. I like 75. But the hurricane fan pumps air around. She's actually fucking with me about it. Give me anything ya got,please.......I'm trying for clean air at this low temp.
64 at night in late flower will bring out the colors, 75 is ideal with lights on
 
masshole61

masshole61

Is is the perfect time of year to amp up your tent with the cool winter nights. I'm able to keep 2000W in my 5x10 secret jardin with an 8" vortex at 75 at lights on (night time) and 65 with the lights off. If it gets too cool at lights off I vent a little heat out of my veg tent. If it gets too hot I open the tent up and point a floor fan at the ceiling til the temps are where I want them to be. I could never pull this off in the summer.
 
I honesty forgot that I can close a vent or 2 to change the environment. The tents are the greenhouse of indoor growing. I was standing in front of the tent, I peeked in the humidity was 57%, I open the big zipper and shit went down to 44% humidity. In 30 seconds or less. Just some thought
 
GreenHouser

GreenHouser

Gettnpacksin

Gettnpacksin

I have this exact tent. Its awesome. My set up is way different an a fan control in a 4x4 is a unnessary exspense an purchase imo. If u get one cool but i would purchase other things before that. Jmo. Subbed. Lets see the millard in action
I just didn't like the vent holes on the milliard that's why i cancelled my order. I opted for the Apollo 4x4 so I can set up my air cooled hood once my new glass piece comes in for my light and the tent arrives. Any suggestions on how to set my ventilation up now? I'm going to need 2 fans correct? One for the light and one for the filter?
 
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Honestly, the Gorilla tents are the best grow tents in my opinion. I have a 2x4 standard Gorilla right now and it's light years better than any other tent I've used (Secret Jardin, Lighthouse, etc.). So to answer the question, yes they are better, but it's a personal question as far as if they're worth the extra $150-200. You're basically getting 2x as dense fabric, a whole host of extra little features, and an overall more sturdy and well-built tent for the money.

I plan to take care of mine and use it for many years to come, so for me it was well worth the extra green.
 
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