Keeping a door open is not a viable option for the stealthy gardener like me! I decided to use some creativity.
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!
Final Harvest Weight: 264 grams (9.3 Ounces)
My inline fan with had 6″ opening (28 square inches) so I would need 56 square inch opening. I went with two louvered grills that were 5″ x 8″ which gave me 80 square inches – 30% for the louvers = 56 square inches. Perfect!
The solution I came up with was to place the duct work outside of the cabinet.
When all was said and done I harvested 264 grams (9.3 ounces).
These pictures were sent in by one of our readers who has taken a far more simple/easy approach to making a grow cabinet than G.D. Bud. Here’s what he had to say about it:
See Another Stealth Grow Cabinet in Action and Build Your Own!
After months pouring over cannabis related text and furrowing my brow at various nooks throughout my home, I saw through the problem. I would build a stealthy grow cabinet!
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