Definition - What does Grow Box mean?
A grow box is similar to a grow tent – it allows medical marijuana card holders to grow their own marijuana in a protected environment. Grow boxes can be purchased as kits, complete with everything needed, from lighting to water lines, or they can be built independently.
All grow boxes have a few things in common. First, unlike tents, they are rigid, which provides solidity and greater protection for the plants. They can also support more weight in terms of lighting and water lines.
Grow boxes range in size, but the average sized grow box can house anywhere from one to eight plants.
Hydrolife explains Grow Box
One of the benefits available to medical marijuana card holders is the ability to grow a specific amount of marijuana at home for personal medical use. However, growing marijuana is not as simple as growing vegetables or flowers, and you will find that a little help goes a long way. Enter the grow box – it’s similar to a grow tent, but much more solid, providing a fully enclosed, hard-walled environment in which to grow your plants.
Grow boxes are available from a number of different manufacturers, including Dealzer and Supercloset to name just two, and can be purchased in kit form. These arrive at your home and must be assembled by hand. However, if you have more of a DIY bent, then you can build your own relatively easily.
Of course, if you purchase a grow box instead, you also have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty, as well as relying on the manufacturer’s experience and expertise to create something that will stand the test of time.
When it comes to choosing a grow box, you need to consider the amount of space you have, the number of plants you want to grow, the variety you’re interested in cultivating, and more. Then, you’ll need to match the box to your needs (size, capacity, features like lighting, ventilation, and more).