Added by on 2016-04-09

I wanted to show you my new Grow Room! I’ve been working on this for the last couple of days and I thought I’d share it with you. I’m not suggesting that I’m building this grow room properly, or that I’m doing it the best way possible, I’m only showing you how I’m building it. HTG Supply – T5 Grow Light – Shiny Mylar – Diamond Foil – I believe that there are many different light fixture configurations that would work however, I didn’t see anything else that was reasonably affordable for a small scale setup. I could have purchased these materials from somewhere like but I chose to take my Canadian earned money and support out local companies. If this Grow Room Video is helpful in any way, please do share it with others and give it a thumbs up so we can all work together to change the world. God Bless, Wayne Website – My Blog – AWorld4Change WebTV Show Channel – Seed Savers Community On Google+ – Pay It Forward Community On Google+ – Pinterest – Twitter – Recorded With – Canon VIXIA HF R400 – Thumbnail Image Created With – Tube Slicer – See A List Of All Slicer Apps Products – Related PostsSetting up a Basic Indoor Grow RoomHOW TO BUILD A CLOSED SYSTEM GROW ROOM! – INDOOR GARDENINGHydro Halo Halo’s – Grow Room Drip System Setup Best Easiest Drip Systems for Indoor GardensVertical Grow System Big Buddha Box Indoor Grow RoomIndoor Grow Room 5 – Growing Ripe Tomatoes Indoors!Indoor Grow Room and Hydroponic System Setup Time-lapse




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  • Jim Coyle 1 year ago

    You offer some Great Ideas !! … It would probably a great idea to change out that outlet … to a GFI or GFCI outlet.  That way if you develop a mild short with all the moisture then you won't get shocked.  the cost to change it out is less than $20.  With a sink that close and foil all around and metal objects and 115v power … you do have an above average chance to be shocked.  Just an suggestion :)

  • Robert Misner 1 year ago

    With the in closed space you need a fan pulling air through it 

  • grow more 1 year ago

    nice set up , but the pieces of boxes may attract unwanted insects like mites.

  • Rob Houg (Therealrobshow) 1 year ago

    I am no expert but everything I have read points to germinating seeds without light. 
    Once they get green leaves it makes sense but seeds do not need light to grow. Just an FYI

  • Jim S 1 year ago

    +Wayne Meador  I don't think you want the mylar on the table or below the plants. You only want light from the sides & top. The way plants work is they grow towards light because of the way their cells react to the direction the light is coming from. The cells on the underside of leaves are not supposed to get light. Not sure if I'm explaining that well but I think you'll get what I mean. 

  • Wis.Gardener 1 year ago

    Looks really nice. The one thing you may want to add would be a small fan for air circulation.

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 1 year ago

    Looks good, Wayne! FYI Lowes has a 4 ft, four bulb t-8 fixture Model #: GU9804-T8-BKSS for $49.98, which is what I currently use. Just thought I'd throw that in there ; ). Nice channel, by  the way! I just subbed you.

  • Dan Rogers (Boots) 1 year ago

    nice grow room, thankyou for getting back to me on the light. question for ya. do you use see heat matts? if so any advice for which ones are better. The reason i ask is that i want to get a jump start on my plants next month and it is typically still cold here in upstate ny. i dont want to invest the resources i have into junk. thanks Wayne

  • Wayne Meador 1 year ago

    I think so too +misspairo, thank you! :)

  • misspairo 1 year ago

    very cool.

  • Blue 823 1 year ago

    On the lighter side of things, I have raided a few houses where the people would have killed for a set up like this… HAHA..

  • Austin Family Gardening Channel 1 year ago

    Great job on your new grow room wayne- im jealous. May I suggest a GFCI outlet if you have any concerns with moisture or water mixing with your electrical connections. Cheap insurance they run about $15.

  • Greg Jones (Greg's Fishroom) 1 year ago

    that light will be plenty without any foil, but nice to see it!, will you add a fan to keep the plants growing low and strong?

  • Guy Brown 1 year ago

    Two thumbs up!

  • Guy Brown 1 year ago

    Two thumbs up!

  • dafrogtoad 1 year ago

    Looks GREAT!

  • MountaineerGardener 1 year ago

    Looks great! You may want to throw in a small fan when the front is closed up to get a little extra aiflow. Cant wait to see how it works!

  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 1 year ago

    Bet it felt great to get this set up and know that you'll be growing something before long.  Looks like a great set up, you were very thorough with covering walls with the reflective material and making sure that the water drip issue is taken care of! 

  • Eric C 1 year ago