This will be my first time growing with “The Armoire” built by Green Goddess Supply. In an effort in full disclosure, I know the founder of Green Goddess Supply, Eric Robichaud. Eric and I play hockey together and sometimes against one another every Friday night.
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to acquire one of the few, cherished pre-production units of the grow chamber from the company. “Pre-Production” means that it’s a one-off of what should be the final product, for final review and testing. Setup was easy – I just installed the carbon scrubber into the bracket, attached the door handles and feet (which are removed for shipping purposes), and hung the light on the enclosed clips.
Again, please understand this grow chamber, or “The Armoire” as the company calls it, is a prototype / pre-production unit. My particular unit came in a barnboard finish, but the company offers Cherry, Light Oak and Dark Oak (sort of a grey-ish color) veneers as well.
Below are photos of my first grow in the Green Goddess Supply Grow Chamber.
Vincent is a serial entrepreneur. He’s bootstrapped a Fortune 500 company to now inventing a
home grow box that set to transform the home grower cannabis marketplace.
While Vincent isn’t a doctor or medical researcher, his invention was invented with the idea of helping people that suffer from common ailments.
Vincent is a cannabis optimist. He believes in the power of the plat and its medicinal value. During our conversation, he made a few good points about saving money growing by growing your own but more importantly about what you’re putting into your body. Bigger or corporate growers not always but often use pesticides. While talking to one of his main points about growing your own is knowing exactly what you’re putting into your own cannabis. With an approach like this, how can you not want to grow your own?