Sirius: Google SketchUp can be pretty tough to use without training, especially if you’ve never used it and you just want to design one thing. Rest assured: some paper, a pencil, a little math, and careful planning will work just as well!
Use the following items to make a stealthy grow cabinet just like his:
The final bounty boasted nine ounces of dried and cured cannabis flowers.
Sirius: This is a great point! In any enclosed grow area such as a tent or grow cabinet, it’s important to have a larger opening for intake than for exhaust. This will maximize the efficiency of your fan in addition to keeping it working for longer. Plus, this will keep tents from “bowing” in, reducing your grow space.
After the initial investment, $1.64 was my total cost per gram when I factored electricity, carbon filter, and nutrients.
On Craigslist I found a cabinet kit still in the box for only $35. It came in at 24″ L x 30″ W x 70″ H. Next, I purchased a 6″ inline fan for another $100. The fan combined with a 400 watt light and Cool Tube from a previous grow gave me something to design around.
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When all was said and done I harvested 264 grams (9.3 ounces).
See how one grower built his own stealthy grow cabinet (in pictures), then learn how to build your own!