After a bit of contemplating on how to dry my buds in my condo, I figured out how to make my own version of Quickgrow's Herb Dryer, now they sell this item for $365!! I made this one for about sixty bucks. Step One : All this is is just a rubbermaid tote with a filter (carbon) placed in the rubbermaid. A simple fan that pulls the air from inside the tote and sends it into the room. Step 2 : The trip down to wallmart and a local grow shop This should cost you no more the sixty bucks, if you are cheap you could probbly do it for about 3/4 of the price. electrical cord from radio shack was five bucks Rubbermaid container bought at wallmart was fifteen bucks. Fan from home depot (inline) twentry two bucks activated carbon- $10 ebay scrubber - parts- $25, mounts and shelving - dont remember but they were cheap from home depot After I got all the gear together I smoked a nice small joint and got it all ready, the smoking the join is very important. Whats the sense of working if you can not enjoy the benifit. Step Three : Putting it all together I did not put the scrubber in the list because you should already have one, you can build one for about $50. I took my inline fan set the fan in the rubbermaid container and then I traced a circle around the fan. Then using a butter knife and a torch/lighter i cute a hole to fit my fan. I then pushed the fan through the hole, make sure you put your fan in the right way No for the drying racks, I took some 3" screws and put the through the sides to act as hangers, on top of screws i put hardware cloth, this is kinda tricky just use a measuring tape and cut. I added three trays to this system. By spacing the shelves three inches apart vertically the rubbermaid will give me just about twelve cubic feed of drying space. Now you need to make it so the marijuana dryer can breathe, to do this just grab a drill and pop a couple holes in the sides so you dont implode your new project. However if you drill to much there could be an odor leak and defeat this whole purpose, so go slow see how much your fan needs for intake.