*this is my first post on marijuana passion, if there is any possible feedback i can receive regarding my format of the post or the topic discussed in the post please let me know* For the first time in awhile, I sat down and wrote out detailed instructions and "blueprints" to build what I now have to help aid the growing my first plants of the season. This is my second attempt EVER at growing cannabis so your feedback would be very appreciated. This idea come to me after my first attempt growing cannabis indoors, I had no clue what I was getting into and had to get rid of my plant mid grow because I did not enough space and time due to my busy workload. Here is my explanation of what my "grow box" has to offer. First, I grabbed 27gal Sterilite storage container from my local store along with some black and white construction paper. After talking to some people in my local community, I received a pretty decent computer fan for relatively cheap and cut a hole for air circulation in the box. I then lined the box with black construction paper to ensure the immense light produced from my light would not bounce around the house. Next, I did the same with the white construction paper. This created an environment like a grow tent where the light would be reflected off of the white paper, sort of like mylar. My little seed finally went into the soil on the 9th of May and has been busy ever since. I currently have two lights to use, I figured that my 50W 60Hz LED Grow Light would be too much for my seedling to handle at this stage so I went with a 9W 60Hz LED household lamp bulb. For my water mixture I had been using regular purified bottled water until the seedling had begun to push out of the soil. At that point I mixed 2L of purified water with SUPERthrive Liquid Concentrate to help the plant grow. edit: It is probably important to add that this plant will only being growing indoors for a couple of weeks, then transplanted into a permanent home outside in a 5gal bucket, it currently resides in a handy red solo cup with drainage holes cut on the bottom and sides.