Indoor Growing Tents
Indoor Growing Tents are an excellent choice for growing plants due to their versatility and cost effectiveness. Today, horticulture hobbyists, and plant enthusiasts, have the option of gardening in their living rooms, basements, garages or back rooms! There are benefits for relocating outdoor gardening projects to Indoor Growing Tents. Indoor Growing Tents not only provide year-round cultivation, but also give the grower the ability to stabilize environmental factors. This optimum growing environment promotes maximum plant growth and health. This means that yields are higher, and there are less problems with pests and diseases.
Choosing the right Indoor Growing Tents size might be your first concern when purchasing a tent, however, size isn’t the only factor. The fabric used to construct the tent is important and is a basic determiner of overall quality. Indoor Growing Tents have a heavy-duty Oxford canvas outer fabric that is bonded to a reflective inner layer. The outer fabric is durable, and is given a rating D (for denier, or thickness). Our Indoor Growing Tents are rated 600D. A higher number will indicate a denser, stronger fabric. Denier ratings for tents can range from 200D to 1680D. Industry professionals recommend exterior fabric ratings ranging from 600D-900D . If the Indoor Growing Tents will be knocked down and reassembled frequently, higher Denier rated fabrics are recommended. In addition, thicker fabrics can provide a more lightproof enclosure.
The inner lining of our Indoor Growing Tents are designed to maximize light efficiency by providing 100% reflection. Tent linings are graded based on their percentage of reflectivity. Percentages typically range from 50-100%. Therefore, our Indoor Growing Tents provide the highest percentage of reflectivity, which basically means greater plant growth. Efficient light reflection means less wasted energy, and lower energy costs over time.
The framework of the grow tent is made of powder coated metal. These metal poles are set up under the fabric shell. They provide stability and reinforce the shape of the exterior. The frame creates a rigid, sturdy skeleton to hold up the fabric and carry the weight of the mounted fixtures and other equipment inside the tent. In general, thicker poles with applicable fittings will sustain more weight than thinner poles and produce a more rigid, stable frame.