Having made the decision to get yourself a complete hydroponics grow system, the next task is to figure out what kind of grow system is exactly right for your needs. For that to happen, you should understand a few things about complete hydro systems to be certain that you are getting the right setup for your room and budget.
This article will take a look at:
- The quantity of plants that different complete grow kit support
- The time it will take to grow plants in this environment
- How much you can expect to grow by using a complete hydro grow system
Before we do that though, we will define exactly what a complete hydroponics growing system is.
Complete grow kits are designed for folks who immediately want to launch their indoor hydroponics (or soil) garden. They are loaded with the electronic timers, growing mediums, grow lights, reflectors, and hydro nutrient for you to have your first successful harvest. The best hydroponics stores and websites even offer free consultations. All you have to do is turn it on, plant your seeds, and you are all set to go.
How many plants fit in a complete hydro setup?
That would depend on the size of the grow box that you get. There are smaller systems, such as the one that can fit inside a case that’s about the size of a large suitcase or your personal computer tower (there are a few grow systems that are actually housed inside computer towers). Many of these grow systems hold about 2 plants.
Then there are the mid-size systems which are about the size of a fridge, which hold about 16-18 plants.
The largest size of hydroponics growing setups are generally housed inside of a grow tent, and might take up the whole room. Most of these “super deluxe” grow systems hold anywhere from sixty plants or more. Read the rest of this entry »