My Medicine Cabinet
I grow a single plant "stealth" is a small, steel cabinet I have modified for this purpose. This gives me complete control over a number of variables like temperature and humidity. So far, it has also eliminated any fungal contamination or infiltration of pests. I try to grow as organic as possible. I use no pesticides. The only nutrients I use are what comes in the Fox Farm Ocean Harvest soil mix together with the bat guano and the clam shell calcium I mix in. I put a hand full of bone meal on the top, one time. From then on I only water using what I source from a natural spring in town.
There is a small fan inside that gently circulates the air and a muffin fan at the top that draws fresh air in from three screened ports at the bottom and out the top through a charcoal filter.
I use three compact fluorescent lamps as my only light source. These CFL's are much under appreciated of late what with all the new, fancy LED systems on the market. The lamps I use are of a higher output than what you find at the home improvement stores, though. These are rated for 250 watts each (4000 lumens) but only draw 65 watts from the 110v outlet. You can find them at the online commercial lamp suppliers for around $18 each. It costs me about $20/month to run my cabinet. I harvest every three months. So far, I have averaged around 60 grams of dried flower.
Since I grow autos, I use 6500 degree "daylight" bulbs for the entire grow. No need to swap them out for the warmer lamps when it comes time for the flowering stage. It really cannot get any easier than this.
Life, at this stage, is just too short to spend all day fussing with what is basically just a weed, after all. Put the seed in the right soil blend, water it once in a while and just leave it alone. It will take care of itself.