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cannabis grow box diy

Cannabis grow box diy

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!

The solution I came up with was to place the duct work outside of the cabinet.

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Cannabis grow box diy

As you see in the image above, you’ll need 8 poles with 1m each for the top and bottom part of the structure, 1m x 3 poles for (E) and (F) and 2m x 8 poles for (C) and (B). If you want to make it easier to handle and assemble, you can cut the 2m poles into 1m x 8 poles and connect them with PVC fittings.

Now that you have the basic structure ready, it’s time to connect the rest of the equipment but if you don’t have much electrical knowledge or don’t take basic safety precautions, it can be quite dangerous, so to help you avoid emergencies, here are a couple of things you should have in mind.

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Now that you’ve identified the circuit you want to connect your equipment to, take a look at the amperage, it should be listed as 5A, 15A, or 20A, and should inform the voltage which will vary from place to place but in general, is either 110V or 220V.

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By doing this you keep the wood dry and avoid rotting (keeping mold away from your grow room). It will also make it easier to clean and you won’t have to worry about water leaking to your floor.