How to Build a Home Cannabis Garden for $100, $500, & $1000

 In Cannabis Education, Cultivation, Financial, Medical Marijuana, Technology

If you aren’t already growing your own cannabis at home, that might be due to one of the following misconceptions about constructing an indoor garden:

  • You may think that acquiring the materials necessary will be difficult and tedious. This is not true.
  • You suspect that the building process itself requires great technical proficiency. It does not.
  • You assume building a grow space is highly expensive. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

And we’ll prove it! Building your own climate-controlled indoor grow can be easy, convenient, and inexpensive all at the same time.

This guide will help you build from scratch three different garden setups at three different price points. Each build will contain all of the necessary components needed for climate control, and will not require any technical proficiency to assemble.

All of the hardware used for each project can be ordered on Amazon. This opens up the opportunity for just about anyone with internet access to order and discreetly receive the parts necessary for these builds.

Note: Product prices below may fluctuate slightly over time.

The Nano Grow: $100 to $150



Who Should Use This Build?

First-time growers, budget growers, and those who wish to keep their garden as inconspicuous as possible are a good fit for the Nano Grow. At 24”x 24”, this tent is small enough to fit in most closets.

Supply List:

Total Cost:

  • Basic: $116.77
  • With inline fan: $134.76
  • With thermometer: $128.28
  • With both: $146.27

The Nano Grow is designed to be the most budget-friendly and least technical design. This build focuses on trimming down the necessary components to eliminate any superfluous items. While the essentials will cost you just over $100, you can add an optional inline fan and thermometer/hydrometer for just bit more.

LED lights work well in this environment because they produce very little heat. Although filtration for a grow of this size is not necessary, those who wish to grow in a more confined space should  consider opting for the intake fan and thermometer/hydrometer. This will help to both increase air circulation and provide some fundamental metrics for maintaining a healthy environment for the plants.

With the tent height maxing out at 48”, plants grown in this space should not exceed 24” in height and we recommend using dwarf, indica, and auto-flowering varieties for best results.

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