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Ambient Weather WS-3000-X3: If you’re looking for the most comprehensive thermometer-hygrometer combo, this is it. Complete with three wireless sensors, the Ambient Weather WS-3000-X3 is great for growers who have separate grow rooms for seedlings, vegetating, and flowering plants. The device also has a comprehensive data logger that graphs and logs data from all three sensors for temperature, humidity, dew point, and heat index. If you want maximum control over the environment in multiple grow spaces, you can’t go past this device.

Once your seeds are germinated, plant them in soil mixed with Royal Queen Seeds’ Easy Boost Organic Nutrition mix. Simply mix 25–50 grams of pellets into every 10l of soil and water as usual. Our pellets are designed to continue feeding your plants for a full 10–12 weeks, helping you to avoid any problems associated with over/underfeeding.

Humidity control is key when growing cannabis indoors, as cannabis plants benefit from different levels of humidity during different stages of their life cycle.


Standard flower pots: Standard plastic flower pots are cheap, easy to get your hands on, and serve their purpose. For growers with a limited budget, simple 12l nursery pots are perfect.

Biobizz Starters Pack: If you want to grow organically, this kit is perfect. Biobizz is another well-respected brand, and this box contains its iconic Bio·Heaven™, Bio·Bloom™ and Bio·Grow® nutrients, as well as their Top·Max™ (to improve the size of your flowers) and the Root·Juice™ to encourage root development.

No list of growing equipment would be complete without mentioning lights. Grow lights are the heart of your indoor grow room and easily have the biggest impact on the quality and size of your harvest.

To grow the best weed indoors, you need to have complete control over your plants’ environment. Two of the most important variables are temperature and humidity, so you’ll want to monitor both of these closely using a thermometer/hygrometer.

When growing hydroponically, your plant’s roots are directly exposed to your nutrient-solution and small fluctuations in strength-levels can have a huge impact on the growth of your plants.

Still it can be helpful to add small amounts of organic nutrients to your plants once they get into their flowering stage.

If you choose to grow in soil, you’ll need (surprise, surprise) soil as a growing medium.

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All you need is a few basic supplies and it doesn’t have to cost you more than $600 for an indoor grow, and much less even for an outdoor grow.

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Your nutrient-strength-level is less variable when growing in soil than when growing hydroponically.

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Buying cannabis gear is all about understanding your preferences and then tailoring your gear to those preferences. To get you started, here are eight key questions to consider. The answers to these questions will determine the kind of cannabis gear and weed paraphernalia best suited for your consumption needs.

If you’re going to enjoy flower, you’ll need adequate storage gear. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

What types of cannabis products do you consume?

Your budget will play a major role in determining the kind of gear you need.

If you plan on consuming cannabis in more social settings, you should adapt your gear accordingly. This could include buying components such as double bowl adapters for your bong, larger bowls and spoon pipes, or a rolling machine to help you twist multiple joints more quickly and easily.

The most common concerns for cannabis consumers have to do with odor. If you need to limit the aromas associated with consuming marijuana, you will need to purchase odor-proof storage and traveling containers, sploofs, or a personal air filter. You may also want to focus your consumption on vape pens, edibles, topicals, or tinctures, as these products generally do not carry the same strong odors as flower and its byproducts.