Outdoor Enclosures & Accessories
While most an outdoor enclosure can be easily put together with some PVC pipes and clear plastic sheets - a full featured:
Is so cheap that unless you want to make a custom setup then this is your best option for a seasonal grow. For those looking for a more permanent solution the:
That I personally use has lasted me for multiple seasons and is still as sturdy as ever while able to hold multiple accessories and attachments,
Accessories To Adjust The Enviorment
Speaking of accessories, the options to cool down an outdoor enclosure can be as simple as draping over a:
And utilizing a large:
Which should be in every enclosure anyways due to the lack of wind caused by enclosing a plant. But if the heat is too extreme either an:
Which work great in low humidity grow spaces or a:
Which is the most effective but also the most expensive solution will work. As to heating up a grow space, a great and cheap options is to wrap the enclosure with:
That work amazingly well at insulating any outdoor enclosure. Of course for extreme cold a:
Is a simpler solution. Finally For humidity issues placing either a:
In the enclosure will do the trick for high and low humidity issues, and of course you'll need a:
To keep track of the temperature & humidity of the grow space.
Other Optional Accessories
Looking to grow off season? A cheap and easy way to keep the plants in the vegetative stage is to use a basic:
To extend plant's light cycle per day. Note that these are not powerful enough to add much growth to the plants - to do this you'll need to utilized a more powerful grow light like those used for indoor setups.
Outdoors also allowed for a few different bug control methods that aren't available or as effective indoors:
Both can add an additional layer of protection against harmful bugs without utilizing any sprays - just note that covering a plant with bug netting will slightly lower the amount of light a plant gets and ladybugs will leave your grow space if there are no other bugs to eat.