best weed growing book

Best weed growing book

have you these books in french edition, i just know “fumee clandestine” bust it was just for canabis story and beginers growers!

It’s Really informative.

There are hundreds of grow books out there, both good and bad; some are aimed at beginners, some at more advanced growers. Of these, just a few have truly stood the test of time, and are truly worth every penny. Here, we have selected the six grow books that stand out head and shoulders over the competition.

As a breeder, DJ Short has extensive advice on selection, pollination and stabilization of strains for the purpose of creating strong, true-breeding new varieties. As well as this, there is a strong emphasis on organic cultivation, and plenty of advice on how to fine-tune your set-up so that resources such as electricity and nutrients are not wasted. Each main aspect of growing is explained in a simple yet effective manner, with gorgeous photographs of Short’s strains as illustration.

Super Skunk Grow Report and Strain Story

A good grower doesn’t just have a shed full of garden shears, fertilizer, soil and gardening gloves. A real grower also has a huge library full of trusted books that they can refer to anytime they need. Not just books that fill up space on the bookshelf either, but books that are game-changers when it comes to what you know about cannabis.

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Hey man ….the holy bible ….by Jorge Cervantes is where we all start ….it’s a bit all over the place …i.e to look up temperature you can look on page ten and the page fifty then back to page 31 but with the weed he grows who can blame Jim . good luck it ain’t easy until you know what your doing but so rewarding when you do ? .

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In this book, The Rev goes through the exact process of having an organic indoor marijuana garden. He also outlines the kinds of things you have to do to convert an already-existing indoor setup into an organic one.

Unfortunately we have a limited selection of books at this time, and they are only in Dutch and English. I know that ‘Indoor Marijuana Horticulture’ by Jorge Cervantes is available in French, it’s possible that you can order it online or at an independent bookshop. Sorry I can’t help you further!

Best weed growing book

Some other topics that are covered in this book are:

Rather than feeling like a dry and dusty textbook, this is one of the rare cultivation guides that is sincerely fun and exciting to read. Each section is written to help you feel more motivated, which could you prepare for your grow more effectively.

This hefty volume manages to provide all of the information without sacrificing plenty of room for high-quality full-color photographs. After spending a little time with these photos, you may be able to identify several popular strains of cannabis.

7. Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower’s Bible

This is an awesome book for beginners and experts alike. While this is a shorter book, and does not go into detail on several processes, it makes for an awesome supplementary reading as it goes over topics many other books don’t. DJ Short has over 40 years experience growing cannabis, and provides his information in a well thought out manner.

This book is one of the first to share the importance of separating male and female cannabis plants in order to get higher quality cannabis. While this seems like a no-brainer nowadays, back in the 1990s this was new information for the Western hemisphere, and many benefited from this book.

4. The Cannabis Grow Bible: The Definitive Guide to Growing Marijuana for Recreational and Medicinal Use

Unlike beginner’s grow books, this 253-page volume includes information on expert growing techniques. It also includes in-depth profiles on popular strains. Even better, this handy guide offers readers the opportunity to learn more about hybridization.

There are 17 chapters to peruse and explore, and each one offers an in-depth look into the world of cannabis cultivation and propagation. A significant portion of the book is dedicated solely to discussing the many different growing options.