This is my 3rd go around at indoor growing, had good success each time but each time its getting better, that's what I like about growing its a never ending learning process especially if your growing different strains a lot... \nMy set up is a 4.9 x 4.9 x 6.7 ft grow lab grow tent. I really like the tent it has been working well for me. For lighting I use a 400 Watt Ceramic Metal Halide bulb by Philips Mastercolor during early weeks of vegging then I incorporate the 1000 Watt HPS Eye Hortilux Enhanced grow spectrum bulb. This has proven to be plenty of light Im getting around 140 to 150 thousand Lumens using these two bulbs. \nIm using Fox Farm's Ocean Forrest soil in 10 gal. pots.. Ive used minimum fertilizers starting with Fox Farm Grow Big for veg. and then moving on to the Fox Farm Open Sesame then to Beastie Bloomz, and then to Cha Ching during flowering and budding. I also used a composting tea during vegging and have been adding small amounts of molasses for soil health during flowering... \nI also use a home made CO2 generator with warm water yeast and sugar in a jug with a few holes in the top you need to shake up the mixture daily to help promote the CO2 being released... I just hang it in the grow tent so that the CO2 slowly seeps out into the air... \nI obtained seeds from The Attitude Seed Bank on line I have used them to order three times now no problems or complaints seeds all came in the original breeder packs as requested... Plus they always send you free seed samples I've gotten several nice new strains for free from them.. \nPlants in attached images are White Russian, Iced Grapefruit, Laughing Buddha, Super Skunk, and last but not least Lemon Skunk... I've learned that good seed genetics makes all the difference in the world... Plants are four weeks into flowering here.... I hope this might help anyone trying to do a smaller indoor grow for themselves..