Hi I am new to this forum. Been growing outdoors for many years. I am now forced to grow in an apartment w/ small children.
I am looking at stealth grow boxes. The turn-key kind w/ no way of knowing what is growing inside.
I am wondering if there is anyone here that has any experience with these models and what they think are the best units available for stealth growing indoors..hydroponically.
ok......i need to.....but yes i feel forced to at this time if i want to grow my own.
ok....maybe i need to re-phrase the question.
i am looking at units likes this Sunlight Sheds Hydroponics Systems
The kind of unit that if people see it they wont know that it is a grow box. That is what stealth means right?
Is there anyone here with experience with this kind of product?
Its amazing how much they charge for those things. You can buy all the parts and make your own. It is the same stuff I put in my closet. It's not like when it comes in the mail you dont have to put it together anyway. Your paying for instructions. Since they all have vented reflectors you might want to consider where that heat is going to go. How stelth will it be then?
well here is what I did, I took down a closest door and then put a large cabinet in front of it, but if you are unwilling to devote/risk using that much space just find someone who is getting rid of a old large shelled computer and set up a small grow will just a few cfls
Last edited by weaponmaster15; 09-04-2007 at 05:33 AM.
Best of battle plans only last until first contact with the enemy. Just like the enemy marijuana will seem to strike a killing blow if some thing is wrong.
I have purchased the mini caddy from sunlight sheds. You will still see the lights on either side of the shed for ventilation so its not 100% stealth. That being said the light is fixed and cannot be move to adjust to plant height. You must flower early and hope the plants don't get to big, and the light will burn em. Better off making a home made grow box. Cheaper too.
Hi Aaron, welcome to the forum. I doubt you could buy the individual parts and build that cabinet for less. It doesn't have a fixed light, it has a system for moving it up and down. By the time you made the trips necessary to get it all together you could have your first grow doing just fine. There are several interesting things about it like using coco instead of charcoal, for the fliter, which is included, etc. You will, of course have to have a place to attach the outlets for the air handling system. Most ceilings are 8' tall so you do have a foot or better above the cabinet to work with. Can you use clones from your outdoor grow?? VV