Grow Tents Kits
If you’re an experienced grower and you know what you’re looking for, feel free to jump right in and browse our collection of kits. If you’re a beginner looking for guidance, we’ve compiled a summary of the components you’ll find in our kits. Just take a look at the bottom of the page.
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For beginners or seasoned growers, our Grow Tent Kits provide everything you need to start growing quickly.
Each PROGROW Grow Tent Kit contains the essential hardware required for hydroponic growing: a grow tent (or room), ventilation and lighting.
These come in a variety of sizes which you will see in the name of each kit (measurements are in centimetres) so you can easily find and select the one that suits your available space. All our grow tents are made of high-quality materials and have all the features necessary to connect and run your hydroponic system. Our smallest kit is the PG90 at 90 x 90 x 180 and the largest is the PG360 at 360 x 240 x 200. There are two sizes in between – the PG120 at 120 x 120 x 200 and the PG240 at 240 x 240 x 200. If none of these sizes are suitable, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.
In hydroponics, a key element for success is the control of the growing environment. Plants grow through photosynthesis, essentially taking in carbon dioxide and emitting oxygen and heat. If these by-products are left in the growing environment, photosynthesis can no longer take place, restricting or preventing plant growth. Optimising growing conditions means extracting the oxygen and heat, enabling fresh air to enter the environment so that photosynthesis can continue. Our Grow Tent Kits come with an extractor fan that is ideally suited to the size of your selected grow tent, plus a filter to remove unpleasant orders that would otherwise build up.
Again, we’ve done the hard work and selected the ideal lighting solution based on the grow tent size. The only choice you will need to make is between the digital and non-digital options for regulating the supply of energy for your lighting. Essentially, the digital option provides flexibility and control, while the non-digital option is older technology that will do the job well, but it’s not flexible or controllable. The digital option is more expensive, so your choice will depend on your budget as well as what you want from your system and how flexible you need it to be. Whichever option you choose, you can be assured that your kit is optimised to ensure your hydroponic growing success. For further guidance or help, please feel free to contact us.