Is Seedo still in business?

Yup, Seedo Labs has gone bankrupt as of early 2020. As a public company, there is a ton of information around their rise and fall which fits right in with the Theranos / WeWork trend that is unfortunately happening. Seedo, Eroll Grow Tech Ltd.

How do you build the ultimate grow room?

If you’re new to this, stick to the basics and keep things simple.

  1. Find a suitable setup space (spare room, garage, etc)
  2. Make your space light-tight.
  3. Choose how to configure your space (e.g. tent, entire room or cupboard within a room)
  4. Get good light coverage in your setup.
  5. Set up suitable air exchange.

How do you automate a grow room?

One of the most common methods of automating the grow room is to implement an automated watering system. If you are working with a hydroponics system, you are likely already using a timer system to schedule set watering times, as you may need in an ebb and flow system or the nutrient film technique.

How much does Seedo cost?

It’s not cheap, so it’s a bit of an investment. If you buy directly from the Israel-based company, a Seedo will set you back $2,400, plus around $350 for shipping, although the company will take a $500 down payment with the remainder due upon delivery.

How much does Seedo lab cost?

Seedo Auto Home Grow Device $3,000$2,400.

How many plants can fit in a 10×10 room?

How many plants can grow in a 10×10 room? Over 1,700 small plants could grow in a room this size, anywhere from 190 to 430 medium-sized plants: 24 to 96 plants for larger or bushier plants. Knowing plant sizes is essential for using an indoor space for your garden.

Where should I put my dehumidifier in my grow room?

The best location for a dehumidifier is just above or next to the grow lights of your grow system. If you have low ceilings or it is not possible to hang your dehumidifier from the ceiling, then the next best location is on the floor, preferably directly under your grow tables.

How do I control the humidity and heat in my Grow Tent?

Ways to Lower Temperatures

  1. Increase the total airflow and air exchange in your growing room.
  2. A simple trick: “lights off” during the day — “lights on” at night.
  3. When you grow with High Pressure Sodium lights (HPS), consider using a cool tube.
  4. Install an air conditioning unit (AC’s will also lower humidity levels)

How can I cool my grow room without AC?

Use the exhaust fan to pull air out of the grow tent. You could simply vent it into the room, but then the room would heat up and you’d eventually have a similar problem. Unless the room is well air conditioned. But even then, you’re better off using the ducting to vent the air out a window or into the attic.

How do you cool a sealed grow room?

There’s a handful of ways to cool your room; venting, air cooled hoods, water chilled lights/fans as well as water/air cooled air conditioning. Venting to the outdoors is the cheapest way to remove heat from your room.

What is the most efficient grow room setup?

This is one of the most efficient grow room setups possible, because it sets up a separate environment for harvesting. Here, you use the same veg set-up as some other systems, with six mother plants, 2 propagation trays, and 25 young plants. This set-up focuses on heavy flowering, with two 8′ x 8′ flower tents.

How to design a good grow room?

The beauty of designing your grow room is that you get to decide how many plants you grow and how they grow. The best way to get good at growing is to grow as often as possible. You can do this is with a multi-chamber grow tent, or with multiple tents for vegging and flowering.

How can I save time and money in the grow room?

The number one tip I could give to save time and money in the grow room would be “Go Organic”. Not only will you save time and money but it will also help lessen your carbon footprint and provide you with higher quality cannabis that burns properly. Go green. Grow green.

What size grow tent do I need for my grow room?

A common multi-chamber growing room is using a 4′ x 4′ grow tent for propagation and vegging, and then moving plants into a 4′ x 8′ grow tent for flowering. In the veg tent, you can have two mother plants you constantly strip clones from ( more information on cloning here ), 2 propagation trays for early life, and 9-12 young plants.