How to Grow Weed Indoors: Infographic

Growing weed indoors doesn’t need to be challenging. In fact, with a little bit of know-how, you can easily create the perfect growing environment for a high-yield crop of cannabis.

For starters, you’ll want to set-up a grow tent with the optimal conditions. When you are growing marijuana indoors, you need to control for all conditions – including light, humidity, air, and temperature. Although growing indoors offers a more stable growing environment, you will be responsible for managing every variable.

A few basics to be aware of? For starters, you’ll need 40 to 60% humidity and temperatures of 58-70 degrees Celsius (lights off) and 70-85 degrees Celsius (lights on). You’ll also need a filter, vent, and airport to ensure optimal air quality, and you’ll need to adjust your watering in every period of growth.

Remember, don’t overwater – this can lead to fungal issues -but don’t underwater, either. You should always use filtered water, too.

Growing marijuana indoors doesn’t need to be expensive, but you will need to invest in some basic equipment, like a timer, lights, fan, carbon filter, thermometer, and hygrometer. You also need to take the time to invest int her right seeds.

Just about any kind of marijuana can be grown indoors, including indica, sativa, and hybrid strains. Choose the strain that works best for you and your unique needs, and remember that you don’t have to stick to one cultivar when you are first starting out. Experiment and find the options that work best for you!

The best tip for growing marijuana indoors? Start small, and always use helpful infographics like this one to give you the best idea of how to get started. From germination to harvest, we will show you everything you need to know to produce the perfect crop of cannabis in your own home.



Keith Mansur

Keith Mansur is the founder, publisher, and editor of Oregon Cannabis Connection newspaper. The print publication has been serving Oregon since 2010. He has been a Oregon medical marijuana patient, grower, and caregiver since 2006. Find him on Facebook or email him at

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