growing pot in small spaces

Discussion in 'Basic Growing' started by SmugSonOfABitch, Dec 6, 2007.

  1. SmugSonOfABitch

    SmugSonOfABitch Registered+

    how small of a space can you grow pot in? i have a hydro setup i made out of a snowboard binding box.. waterpump, lighting and bucket all fit inside, and theres a good foot and a half for the plant to grow vertically and like 8x20in. width... i dont even know if its possible but its reeal fuckin sneaky and i like it. hope it does, anyone think it might/might not?
     
  2. eggrole1

    eggrole1 Registered+

    I think with some cool lights (CFLs) you could do decent. Any lights that make heat would probably be too close to your plants in the 18" vertical space. Try 2x26W CFLs, veg until ~10-12", and flower. Keep the lights as close as you can without burning the leaves and you should get some good results for that space.

    Just noticed you have some room to work with width wise. Do the same thing I said before, but LST the plant so it grows more horizontally. Make it more like a bush so you can fit more in your area without getting taller. Also it helps by allowing your light to penetrate to the entire plant nicely.
     

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