Normally people set up indoor grow operations because they live in an environment where you can’t grow plants year round, or because they’re trying to control the plant growth environment for some particular reason. Whatever your reasons for setting up an indoor grow operation you’ll want to take a close look at what your options are before you get started. If you’re just looking to grow one or two houseplants you may not need an elaborate set up, but if you’re looking to grow most of your family’s vegetables or you want to start a business to sell produce on the open market, things get a little more involved.
There are many different ways to set up an indoor grow operation, but not all of them are safe or desirable. If you take a quick search through the news I’m sure you’ll find more than one or two stories of grow operations that went wrong and it’s usually because they weren’t set up properly to begin with. We’re going to take a closer look at what your choices are for an indoor grow operation and which ones are the safest and most viable.