The 10′ x 10′ Indoor Grow Rooms will house up to 32 medium plants or about 24 or so if you want them to get bigger than normal. These monstrous grow tents will require an extra room or space in the garage to be set-up in since they are so big.
In this regard, what size grow tent for plants?
Here is a quick guide to sizing your tent with how many plants you can grow: 2′ x 2′ Grow Tent – Great for mother plants (1-2 plants) 2′ x 4′ Grow Tent – Fits in most closets (2-4 plants) 3′ x 3′ Grow Tent – Ideal for people with a limited work area (2-4 plants)
In respect to this, how many plants can I grow in a 10×12 room?
Even in a 12′ x 10′ room, you still have room for a water reservoir, dehumidifier, and nutrient/tool storage. You can grow 24-32 full size plants, or use smaller pots and grow more small/medium sized plants.
How many watts do I need for 12 plants?
If so, the charts below will help you determine how much energy (by wattage) your plants require for flowering.
|# of Plants||Square Feet||Wattage from Wall|
|1||2||60 to 80 watts|
|2||4||120 to 140 watts|
|4||8||240 to 300 watts|
|6||12||360 to 400 watts|
If you keep your plants small, you can fit 8 or more of them in a 2 x 4 foot grow tent. If you let them grow to a “normal” size, you can get two in a 2 by 4 area.
Answer: Putting 6 plants in a 4×4 grow tent leads us to a plant density of 1 plant in each meter square area. That’s a pruning style growing, from where you can expect about . 25 lbs of harvest from each plant.
So, in your 2×2 grow tent you can grow 5-6 plants in this style. If you’re up for Pruning then you can grow only 1 plant in your grow tent. If you’re thinking about Low-stress training, then you can grow 4 plants/sq. Meter.