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Thread: Need some help building a grow chamber

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    If you want to be able to customize, I would build it out of 2 x 4's. I've built 2 grow chambers out of would nd I have found it to be a saving grace. Its way easier to hang the lights, hanging pots and everything else. Ill post some step bys on your thred here in the coming hours. Pvc is great but it'll get expensive. Woods the way to go...

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    Thanks. Glad to know wood is better. What do you use as walling?
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    My growlist: http://bit.ly/VUE0ri

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    This might be an interesting thread for you.

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...e-Build-Thread

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    Factoring in the cost of materials (PVC, joints, Mylar, plastic tarp, PVC glue, etc.), it's probably better to purchase a pre-made grow tent that suits your needs. Buy once, cry once....

    http://www.thehydrosource.com/garden...s/growlab.html

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    It appears my 3x3x3 is too small of a recommendation for this crowd.. If you're looking to go big indoors, then here's what I did:




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    I should mention, the larger the space.. the more difficult it is to control the environment.

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    except the smaller the space, the faster it heats up and cools down.... less buffer space. much easier to hold temps to gradual changes in larger areas

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    I should mention, the larger the space.. the more difficult it is to control the environment.
    I must say, I find the complete opposite to be true.

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