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“1st time grower. Plants are 1 month old, and 12″ tall now. Set up for less than $250. Used cab.w/4 bulb, 24″ T5’s, 4″ elec exhaust, Thanx for great info.”
My sights set, I loaded Google’s 3D rendering freeware, Google SketchUp, and got to work.
After the initial investment, $1.64 was my total cost per gram when I factored electricity, carbon filter, and nutrients.
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Final Harvest Weight: 264 grams (9.3 Ounces)
The final bounty boasted nine ounces of dried and cured cannabis flowers.
I installed a sealed fan room to house the 6″ inline fan mentioned above. This sat in the top inside of the cabinet, pictured below.
Next, I faced the issue of providing my plants their light.
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A DIY project like definitely makes your indoor growing hobby more personalized. Personally, I sometimes see DIY projects as a great group activity.
You also get to choose the materials you use that depends on your budget or your preferences.
This DIY box tent tutorial is found on YouTube, so if you’re someone who needs to see how it’s done, then this is for you.
Of course, I’d love to share them with you so if you want to get some great DIY grow Tent ideas , just read along.
For the walls, you’ll be using heavy duty tarps, which will cost you around $30.
I find this guide very creative. All the materials you need are listed, and you’ll only need a few tools. Your budget for this setup will be less than $100.
You’ll only need a mylar sheet that only costs $1 and a couple of hula hoops. There are still other materials that you’ll need to use to build this, but those other materials are probably just lying around your place.
Although $300 sounds like a lot compared to the other guides, this budget already includes all the equipment you’ll need in your grow tent.
Using a grow tent alone just gives you the control to let your plants thrive well but making your own grow tent can let you have the upper hand when it comes to making sure that you have adequate space for it.
Lindsey Hyland grew up in Arizona where she attended University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture. She supplemented her education by working on various organic farms in both rural and urban settings. She started Urban Organic Yield to discuss gardening tips and tactics. Growing and raising just about anything gets her very excited. She is especially passionate about sustainable ways to better run small-scale farms, homesteads, urban farming and indoor gardening.