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the grow bucket

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The grow bucket

If you don’t have much room or money but still want to grow a little weed, a space bucket might be the way to go. You can build one yourself from cheap materials you can find at most hardware stores. Let’s take a look at what’s involved in this increasingly popular micro-grow technique.

7. Remove the screws intended to hold mounting cables.
The steps above explain how you can make a simple space bucket. It’ll only take you a few hours, you don’t need a lot of fancy equipment or materials, and it works.

Instead of planting directly into the bottom of the space bucket, use a separate pot so you can easily lift it out if you need to for any reason. It’ll also keep your space bucket cleaner so you can start a new grow immediately after you finish a harvest.
6. Remove the top lid from the LED light. It should screw off or pop off.
1. Using the spray glue, line the inside of the buckets with Mylar film to increase reflectivity.
3. Put the top section on the bottom section, allowing it to rest on the bolts.
6. Put the top section on the bottom.

Most space bucket growers do so because they like to challenge the limits of what they can do in a small space. Sealed micro-environments give you total control over the grow, and that comes with both advantages and disadvantages.

A space bucket is a fun but challenging way to grow weed in the smallest space imaginable, and at a very low cost. Find out how to do it.