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Don’t forget to regularly clean and maintain the filters if you want to successfully reduce the odour in your growing room.
This might sound like a bit of a silly question, but why does weed smell? The answer lies in the fact that cannabis contains many different compounds.
Weed odour can be a considerable problem for home growers, especially if they live in a country where the cultivation of cannabis is illegal. When the plants start to bloom, the weed odour increases and neighbours start to smell it with often unfortunate consequences. The police are called and they are at the door in no time. This is annoying for the grower, but, in fairness, unwanted weed odour is pretty anti-social for the neighbours. How can you neutralize weed odour? There are several solutions. The best known is a carbon filter. They come in two forms: large carbon filters for the weed growing room and very small active carbon filters for joints. These are designed to make smoking less damaging for your lungs and to reduce odour during smoking.
When do cannabis plants start to emit odour?
The substances responsible for the spread of weed odour are primarily terpenes and terpenoids. These substances often give weed its delicious taste. Weed has a very specific odour – once smelled never forgotten! Weed species can also have different undertones. These undertones are caused by the terpenes and terpenoids. Examples of these undertones are lemon, liquorice, earth, pepper, vanilla, incense, diesel and more. You can imagine that a cocktail containing all these scents would be pungent, to say the least.
The smell of growing weed depends mainly on the species. Fortunately there are many species that provide less odour compared to others. Therefore we have created a top 3 with some very interesting low odor strains:
Keep an eye of the humidity and temperature levels of your growing room. The higher the levels of humidity, the greater the odour. Air must be circulated in the growing room to reduce the smell, as well as to reduce the likelihood of mould and viruses that thrive in stagnant conditions.
Some types of plastic storage boxes are also super useful for storing small amounts of weed. Just make sure the lids seal properly.