My coworkers and I often joke about how most marijuana horticulture books look like they were published in someone's garage. Poor print quality, black-and-white photos, and countless typos can turn an otherwise useful and informative guide into a white elephant gift. Imagine my surprise when I first laid eyes on the latest edition of Greg Green's Cannabis Grow Bible. Not only is it absolutely packed with information (on seed selection, propagation, growing methods and supplies, harvesting, troubleshooting, and what to do with the final product), but it's also downright pretty. Glossy pages, color photos, and 500+ pages of detailed and accessible information make this a must-have for novices and experts alike. Recommended By Tove H., Powells.com
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An authoritative source on cannabis cultivation, featuring new growing techniques
This guide offers methods for growers who want to maximize the yield and potency of their crop. It explains the "Screen of Green" technique that gives a higher yield using fewer plants, an important development for American growers who, if caught, are penalized according to number of plants. The Cannabis Grow Bible is an authoritative source that features almost 200 color and black-and-white photographs, charts, and tables. With an emphasis on the day-to-day aspects of maintaining a garden and European expertise, this book ensures that growers will enjoy a successful harvest.
The Cannabis Grow Bible fully explains both the art and science behind growing high-grade pot. Author and aficionado Greg Green blends a thorough understanding of marijuana botany with practical advice on coping with the day-to-day demands of maintaining a high-yield garden, and offers proven methods that maximize both yield and potency. Fully updated and illustrated in full color, and with techniques for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, this comprehensive guide covers everything growers need to know, including how to select the best plant genetics, soil and hydroponic grows, dealing with pests and predators, advanced systems and breeding, and protecting the crop from nosy neighbors. It also explains the Screen of Green” technique that gives a higher yield using fewer plants. Greens easy-to-follow instructions and the accuracy, breadth, and depth of information presented benefit newbies and professional gardeners alike.