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diy weed growing kit

Diy weed growing kit

Thermostat & Speed Controller (1)

Step 2: Step Two: Frame It Out

Box 1, Light Switch: In this project I used the light switch as the master control for the whole unit.

Step 6: Step Six: Sand/Stain

I will not give detailed instructions on how to wire things because I am not a electrician and I do not want to give bad advice and someone shock themselves but youtube is a great resource for this one.

Diy weed growing kit

Extraction and ventilation: when being in a crop cabinet, plants can not have any type of ventilation, so it is necessary to have the right machinery to generate this artificial ventilation. On the other hand, that air that is generated in the interior also has to be renewed, hence the closet must have space for an extraction machinery, which helps to change the air inside the aforementioned cabinet.

Indoor cultivation cabinet: of different sizes, it is the best way to have a concrete and discreet space for self-cultivation. In addition, a crop cabinet isolates your plants from external agents such as heat or moisture, although they are necessary to some degree, the truth is that it is necessary to control their degree so that they do not affect our plants.

Reading Time 6 minutes Cheer up and set up your own growing closet

What is a marijuana self-cultivation kit?

These are, as they said, the basic commodities that we will find in a growing kit, without a doubt, the best investment you can make if you are determined to have a small pot “orchard” at home. And it is that while it is true that the initial investment is important, no less true is that with these kits you save money and time.

Although the number of products can vary from one model to another of self-growing, the main thing is that you have the following products:


Elements necessary to set up a marijuana grow kit

Filter and extractor tube must be centered

This build allows growers to cultivate at multiple stages in the plant’s life cycle as well as provide housing for multiple propagation projects.

Note: Product prices below may fluctuate slightly over time.

Total cost: $117-147

The 6” exhaust kit may either be fastened on the top of the left tent or on the bottom-right, each option directing air through the carbon filter and out of the top port. This room receives two 6” clip-on fans—the first will be fastened to the top-right support beam of the tent to help move warm air towards the exhaust. The second fan can be placed on the back-left corner to follow the canopy as it rises.

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With this system, cool air will enter through the bottom of the tent, and warm air will be scrubbed as it leaves the top of the tent. The 6” clip-on fan should be placed just above canopy level on the back-left pole to help circulate air evenly as the plants mature.

This build is a perfect fit for a small room or garage space. At 64” tall, the tent affords enough room to propagate most smaller, bushier cultivars. There is a canopy height limit of between 35” and 42”.

This guide will show you how to build three different indoor cannabis garden setups at three different price points. Each build below contains all necessary components needed to create a simple, climate-controlled grow for your weed plants.

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With the 315w CMH (ceramic metal halide) lights, enough heat is generated to recommend this build for an open space to allow for the best possible air circulation through the tent. The included 3100k bulb allows you to use the tent for both vegetative and flowering cycles.

With the tent height maxing out at 48”, plants grown in this space should not exceed 24” in height and we recommend using dwarf, indica, and auto-flowering varieties for best results.