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Choosing the right grow tent can make or break your garden’s potential. That’s why at GrowAce we carry the highest quality reflective grow tents and grow tent kits for most any style of growing, whether you use soil, a hydroponic system, or even an aeroponic grow setup. Grow tents are easy to put together, simple to organize, and they give you the ability to control your garden’s environment better than open-air grow rooms.

A high quality grow tent gives you control over the internal temperatures and humidity levels within your garden. With a couple of strategically placed duct fans and filters, you can create the perfect environment in your area, and help it stay that way. Whether you need a humid environment with warm temperatures, or a dryer climate and lower temperatures, all the tents we offer will help keep the plant environment stable.

After you set up our grow tents they will protect your plants from harmful factors outside of your garden, such as pests and harsh external temperatures. Lightproof construction on these tents keep light in and your plants covered. Unlike others, GrowAce carries tents that have highly reflective interiors assembled on to tough Oxford cloth so that there are no light leaks or tears possible. That means you keep the light in and keep pests out.

Still not convinced? Take a look at all the reviews we have for all of the tents we offer. Whether they’re your trusty Standard Tents, horticulture-forward Yield Lab reflective grow tents, or Gorilla Grow Tents that are tough as nails, GrowAce customers are some of the happiest growers using them. Click on to any grow tent and see what others have to say about our catalog of high grade grow tents. We’ve got any tent you need for any level of grower and any style of grower, too.

Grow Tent Buyer's Guide

Choosing a grow tent is one of the hardest (and most expensive) parts of building your dream grow room. It doesn’t help that there are literally thousands of grow tents on the market to choose from, and each one advertises all kinds of features. “Superior reflection” this, “Heavy-duty” that, and don’t get us started on brand names and prices.

It’s enough to give up your dream of the ultimate grow room before you buy your first plant. That’s where this guide comes in handy.

This guide will help you weed through all of the sales jargon and fluff to help you find the best grow tent for you and your plants. We’ve broken down everything you need to know to start building the grow room, from size to construction to those special features you’re always hearing about.

  1. Grow Tents 101: The Basics
  2. Consider This...

Grow Tents 101: The Basics

Before we dive into the nitty-gritty of grow tents, it’s important to share with you three questions we hear every grower ask before they start shopping for one. They may seem basic, but they clear up a lot of confusion when it comes to what these tents are and how they can help you start getting the yields you want.

For starters, what is a grow tent?

Simply put, a grow tent is an enclosed space that’s used to grow plants. They help create the optimal space for plants to grow in while giving you much more control over your garden then, say, growing outdoors. A good tent will be able to insulate conditions like heat and humidity, and offer plenty of reflection for total light coverage around your garden- both being vital to quality harvests.

Why would you want to use a grow tent instead of just growing plants outside?

While it may be a lot more cost-effective to grow outside, growing outdoors isn’t 100% reliable. Some don’t even have the room to grow outside, so growing outdoors isn’t an option. An indoor grow tent is perfect for people in apartments or homes without yards that want to grow their favorite plants but don’t have space outside to do so.

Even if someone can grow outside, outdoor environmental conditions aren’t stable enough to guarantee quality results harvest after harvest. The weather can go all over the place at any time of year. That means fluctuating temperatures, humidity, and CO2 levels: all things needed for high-quality yields. Depending on the lighting and outdoor conditions from season to season, you’re also limited to the types of plants you can grow throughout the year. With a tent, those issues are pretty much eliminated.

Grow tents help give you control over your grow room’s environment, and a stable environment is critical to high-quality yields. Reflective material assures your plants get full light coverage the entire time your grow lights are on. The cover helps keep your garden’s temperatures and humidity levels insulated so they can grow in an environment that’s best for their growth. All in all, with a grow tent you have the ability to have full control over your garden’s environment.

How do you put these tents together?

Assembling a grow tent is pretty simple. All you have to do is connect the frame together and put the cover over the frame. Easier said than done, we know, but pretty much all tents go together the same way:

  1. Each frame pole connects into either a pole or a connector. 
  2. Those poles and connectors come together to build the square/rectangular skeleton of your tent.
  3. The cover goes around the frame, then zips up to enclose your garden.

See? Three (somewhat) easy steps to assembling pretty much any plant growing tent on the market. Now, another part of assembling a grow tent is setting up grow lights and ventilation equipment for an optimal growing environment. There's lots to that, so while we can’t go over everything in this guide we’ve written extensively on those subjects, including:

These are just a few of the resources you’ll need once you’re growing in a tent. For now, we’ll begin our dive into grow tents by looking at everything you should consider when you’re looking for the best grow tent for you and your plants.

 

Consider This...

 

Name and price alone aren’t the most trustworthy traits to focus on when looking for a grow tent. Most up and coming tent manufacturers start by taking ideas from bigger tents brands around. It’s not uncommon to find a lesser-known, less expensive growing tent with similar– if not identical– traits to well-known, more expensive brands. 

When you’re looking for a tent for your plants there are lots of features to take into consideration. While cost and even branding can be indicators of the quality of a tent, those two things alone don’t always mean you’re getting the tent you need.

Instead, we suggest looking into the construction of a tent to make sure it’s at the quality you and your plants need. Knowing how your tent’s made and what it’s made from will give you a better idea of how well it can help your plants grow. From insulating their environment to holding the equipment you need to grow - like your lights, fans, carbon filters, and grow pots- construction is vital in ensuring the success of your grows.

You’ll also want to keep in mind how many plants you’re trying to grow and space you have available for your tent. The amount and size of your plants will let you know how much room you’ll need to grow them. In the end, this will determine the potential size of your garden and its harvests each season.

In this next section here’s what we’ll be going over so you can find the right size, brand, and quality grow tent you’re looking for:

  • Plant Count
  • Space Available for Your Grow
  • Tent Construction

Plant Count 

 

The first important component to finding the right grow tent for your needs is to figure out what size you’re going to use.

To start, you’ll want to figure out how many plants you want to grow. You don’t want to buy a grow tent that’s too small for yield you want. At the same time, you don’t want to get a tent that’s unnecessarily big if you only want to grow a few plants.

An efficient way to calculate how many plants you can fit in your grow tent is by giving yourself about a 1-2 square feet per plant of room to grow. By doing this you can map out both how many plants you can fit in an area and how large of an area you need for the amount of plants you want to grow.


Not sure how that would work? Here’s a quick rundown of this rule in action:


Of course, there are exceptions to these rules. We’re sure you’ve seen tents crammed full of more plants than suggested here and some that are a lot less. Here are a few common deviations from the norm that can make these numbers a little uneven:

  • Hydroponic flood tables will take up space in your grow tent and limit the amount of space you have around and above your plants. 
  • Growers can train plants to grow wide instead of growing tall, limiting the amount of room you have in between each plant.
  • Some plants, like autoflowering plants, tend to stay smaller throughout their lives. In this case, you can fit 25-50% more plants inside of your growing space.

If you’re not sure how many plants you should grow and can’t figure out exactly what size you should grow with, that’s okay. You can make things easy on yourself and work with what you do know: how much space you have for a grow tent.

Available Space

 

Figuring out how many plants you want to grow can be a little hard mathematically, so another great approach to figuring out what size tent you need is by looking at the space you want to use for your grow tent. 


From bedrooms to closets, basements to garages, you have a limited amount of room to use a grow tent. That means you’ll want to maximize your growing space. When we’re thinking of maximizing the space you’ll use for growing, here are two questions you should ask yourself:

  1. Will you be using a closet, an entire room, a basement, or a garage? Where you place your tent is almost as important as how you run the plants inside of it.
    • A) Closets are usually smaller spaces of around 2x2ft. to 2x6ft. Grow tents from 2x2ft. to 2x4ft. would do great in most closets.
    • B) Rooms are a bit trickier because no two rooms are ever the same. Master bedrooms are bigger than guest rooms, living rooms are bigger than dens, and that’s before you take furniture into account.
      If you’re going to use a room for your grow tent but you’d still like to use your furniture, we suggest setting aside an area of 5x5ft to work with. If you do that, you’ll be able to grow in a 3x3ft. to 5x5ft. grow tent.
    • C) Basements tend to have a lot more open space than rooms, especially horizontal space. Smaller basements can utilize 4x6ft. tents and larger basements can fit wider 4x8ft. grow tents.
    • D) Garages may not be as big as basements, but they tend to have a lot more available space than most rooms in a house. Depending on if you use your garage for storage, we suggest going with 5x5ft. to 7x7ft. grow tents for a nice, even growing space.

  2. How many tents are you going to use? This one may be a little advanced, but it’s a vital question for any grower to ask themselves. It may seem a bit confusing, but there are actually some good reasons why you would want to use more than one tent in a growing space: 
  • Plant Segregation: The sex of some plants, like cannabis, will determine the type of material you want harvested. Female cannabis plants, for example, produce the buds that are used medicinally, whereas males produce material for hemp fiber. If a female plant is pollinated by a male plant the result is seeds, which is great for breeding and plant production, but detrimental to bud production. If you’re concerned with cross pollination, you may want to consider growing in separate tents. 
    • Growing Clones and Mature Plants at the Same Time: Clones and mature plants- vegging ones, at least- may run on the same light schedule but they definitely can’t take the same amount of power. If you have the need to grow clones and mature plants back to back, consider growing clones in a small tent, using a T5 outside of your tent, or using a multi-chamber grow tent like the Yield Lab 2-in-1 Full Cycle Reflective Grow Tent.
    • Growing, Vegging and Flowering Plants at the Same Time: Giving too much light to a plant during the flowering stage will stunt a plant’s growth. Not giving plants enough light during the vegging stage will cause them to be leggy and weak. If you have the need to veg and flower at the same time, you’ll find the safest way to do that is growing in two separate tents. A multi-chamber grow tent would also work for this application, so long as the wall separating each chamber is lightproof.

    Of course, if you just want to grow from seed to harvest without multi-tasking, taking it one season at a time with a single grow tent is the way to go.

     

    Tent Construction

     

    Once you know how large of a tent you need, you’re ready to start getting into the critical stuff: what your grow tent’s made of and how it’s put together.

    From the frame to the cover and to extras, the more information you have about how a tent’s made and what it’s made of, the better decision you’ll be able to make for your garden.

    Frame

    The frame of a tent will hold its cover in place, and more importantly will hold the weight of your grow lights and your ventilation equipment (fans, carbon filters, lightweight CO2, etc) safely over your plants. 

    The difference between a high-quality frame and a poorly constructed one all comes down to its individual components. Here’s what you should be looking out for: 

    1. Are the tent’s connecting poles made of metal or plastic? Don’t be fooled: there’s good plastic and bad plastic, strong metal and weak metal. Each has its advantages and disadvantages, as well as its levels of quality. 

    • Metal frames tend to keep their shape much better than plastic frames. Each pole isn’t thicker than 1mm, yet they can hold a surprising amount of weight. Gorilla Grow Tent frames, for example, tout a 300 lb. weight limit. Even better, each pole of a Yield Lab Grow Tent frame is made to hold up to a whopping 110lbs.
      Metal frames tend to outlast plastic ones, though if they’re not coated with a rust proof finish they will eventually snap. When that happens it can send your equipment crashing down onto your plants, ruining your crop and your growing equipment. 
    • Plastic frames are much lighter than metal frames and can still hold a good amount of weight (around 100-150 lbs. total). Plastic poles tend to be thicker than metal poles, but they’ll still be the same weight as- if not lighter than- their metal counterparts. They’re also inherently rust proof, so the only thing you have to worry about are the poles bending and breaking.
      Though they may not rust, they will bow, and bowing can lead to breaking. Bending poles will also cause your lights and equipment to hang lower to your plants, which can have negative effects on their growth. 

    • Are the tent pole connectors standard or are they button connected? People don’t think about how poles are made, but you should make sure that whether your poles and connectors slide into each other or lock into each other with a button, you know you’re choosing the right one for you. 

    • Standard (or tapered) poles and connectors make assembly super simple. You just slide each tapered pole into its connector, put all those together, and you’ve got your frame. Look for a tent with poles that offer a deep taper so that if bending occurs over time your poles won’t slip out of their connectors and each other. 
    • Button-locked poles are poles that connect by sliding into each other and locking in place with a metal button. These are offer a more secure hold than tapered poles, but only if they’re of good quality. Poorly made button-lock poles have buttons that won’t lock or unlock when needed, which can lead to poles slipping out of each other and ruining your equipment and garden.

    • Does this tent offer metal or plastic corner and center connectors? One bad corner or center connector will ruin the construction of your tent, so be on the lookout for quality pole connectors.

      • Metal connectors offer a more permanent shape and hold over plastic connectors. Just make sure they’re rust-proof, because moisture loves to collect in corners and you don’t need connectors rusting on you.
      • Plastic connectors are super lightweight, which makes the frame that much lighter and easier to assemble. Well constructed plastic connectors rarely break, and if they do they’re very inexpensive to replace.

    Cover

     

    A grow tent’s cover is just as important as its frame. Without a quality cover your tent will let light leak into your plants when they’re supposed to be in darkness (the best way to hinder growth), and most importantly, won’t keep your garden insulated.

    A good quality cover and a bad one will be pretty difficult to spot just by looking at it, so here are some aspects you should look into when looking for your perfect grow tent:

    1. Is this cover made of Oxford Cloth or Canvas? The material your cover’s made out of will make all the difference between a quality grow and a struggling one. From the breathability of the material to its tear-resistance, it’s important to understand what’s going to work for you and more importantly, what’ll work best for your plants. 
    • Oxford Cloth is a fabric that’s wrinkle-resistant, waterproof, and tearproof. Oxford material has a special double-weave that allows for an overall thicker and rougher material than other covers. This keeps your grow room insulated better than single-weave fabrics like cotton. It also adds to the water-resistance, tear-resistance, and helps fight against wrinkles that can have adverse effects on the way light’s reflected onto your plants from the inside of your tent.
    • Canvas is a tough fabric that’s usually woven with other materials to make it tough and water resistent. Canvas ranges from a thick 210D all the way to a heavy duty 1680D (“D” stands for “denier” which describes th