They Grew Inside My Secret Trash Can

My name’s Jeb and I grew some flowers in this trash can Neato! I know for some folks Growing a plant in secret Sounds unseemly Mostly I’m just intrigued by the Engineering challenges But I do believe in freedom too I’ve selected the thickest Toughest trash can I can find The exhaust port needs to be offset So the grow light doesn’t interfere with it Got to leave enough space above the light for the power cord And for air flow These wide washers should help strengthen the junction Between the bolt and the lid I was considering using these “S” hooks to hang the light These clips that came with the light will probably work better though I’m using computer fans to reduce the noise of this Contraption I got to figure out how to get a carbon filter On short notice Hello Hi welcome to Grow Works Look at all the cool bottles How quiet are these? Depends on how much ducting is on each end Oh OK There’s also duct silencers too They can go on and have acoustic foam built into them Alright thanks! Bye Jeb Checking the light’s wattage will give me an idea for How much heat I need to be ready for Switching off the bloom diodes will reduce heat But just in case I’m going to use a temperature controller I can’t have air escaping through these holes Duct tape saves the day! These tulips are nice because they won’t grow too tall I need a good way to secure this carbon filter Now we find out if these three computer fans Can move enough air through the filter I can feel it The probe for the temperature controller goes in the canopy Day 1 Now all I got to do is keep this thing watered and Watch it grow That’s not going to work Sometimes it pays to think small Day 2 That’s water? Yeah Water for the plant? Exactly Time to hit the bloom booster Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 – I’m showing them the trash can The trash can that’s good Ok we are going to see the brightness of the light Day 7 Tulips smell great but They don’t quite have the stink Fish fertilizer should do the trick Day 8 The room smells fine so far but Let’s see what’s happening inside the can (sniff sniff) ooh! I love the smell of success Click the link in the description for details on this grow light Share with Friends! Or watch another video

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100 thoughts on “They Grew Inside My Secret Trash Can

  1. Not a hater, "BUT", That is a total waste of money. Sorry Bro. Don't see the need for carbon filter. Why hide it in a garbage can when light is beaming through the computer fan hole . Those are very expensive tulips. You must be bored !!!

  2. I think I will buy one of these off of Etsy and save me the headache unless my engineer buddy will do it for me.

  3. The 007 thing ends with bolts and tubes sticking out of the garbage can. The garbage man would surely be interested. Most important, the can isn't tall enough for anything other than micro-greens to feed hogs. Miniature hogs.

  4. Se imaginan las tremendas flores de marihuana que se darían en ese hermoso bote ?
    Saludos desde Mexico !

  5. that's so dumb after the cost of the parts and the time it took to build, your already over budget from the 90$ amazon tents lol. and you got to take the lid off every time to water it. most inconvenient set up ever. 0.1/10. good effort on the diy tho. your heart was in the right place

  6. Super high-tech build and the best he do with the carbon filter is duct tape? Wtf? Pretty cool otherwise.

  7. Excellent music choice made me feel like I was in a movie on an adventure learning to grow flowers in trash cans

  8. I'm curious if those fans generate enough static pressure to force much air out that filter. Just saying.

  9. Really nice build! But I have some pointers for growin weed in this setup.
    1. There needs to be some kind of flap to stop light coming through the intake, since irregular light schedule can be damaging to plants. I would go for a shroud on the outside. Tho I would rather go for passive intake and active out directly connected to the carbon filter.
    2. The white wool from the filter's box is a primary filter as to not clog carbon with big particles.
    3. For a really stealth build you could install fans and carbon filter on the inside of the trash can.
    4. Reinforce the lid with some plywood for extra rigidity.

  10. Jeb…you are something else!! VERY well done, stealth, and ambidextrous genious!! Professional feel to you video will certainly bring me back. Am a newbie trying to learn.

  11. What specific type of fans did you use?

    P.S. I am a great fan of all your videos, they’re quite masterful in delivery.

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