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– Plant Tray:
– Grow Lights:
– Ventilation Fan:
– Power Strip:
– Casters:
– Pea Sprouts:
– Heat Gun:
– Circular Saw:
– Miter Saw:
– Table Saw:
– Polyurethane:
– Danish Oil:
– Kreg Jig:
– Power Drill:
– Square Clamps:
– Clamp 40:
– Clamps:
– Maple Edge Banding:
– 1-1/4″ Pocket Screws:
– 3/4″ screws:
– Jigsaw:

Essential Safety Gear:
– Safety Glasses: or
– Hearing Protection: or
– Dust Mask: or
– Respirator: or

— Video Equipment —
– Compact Camera –
– Travel Camera:
– Mirrorless Camera –
– Small Tripod –
– Regular Tripod:
– Slider – Konova Camera Slider Dolly K2 60cm (23.6 Inch)
– Drone –
– Lighting:

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How to Build Mini Indoor Microgreen Farm Shelf DIY

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  • Paul Tran DIY

    Update: I noticed the lights were way too bright to leave somewhere in the house. So I installed a small 1.5" lip to each of the shelves to cover the lights from the front of the shelf. This way the LEDs would not shine directly into someones eyes. I will post an updated photo on my Instagram: PaulTranDIY

  • Money Making Mike G.

    What a fantastic little project Bud. Very, very cool Paul!! We have over 14 plants in our house including Basil & Mint. We have to have greenery inside Bud. Hope all is well & Dirty Jersey out!!!

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