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



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The Cannabis Grow Bible: The Definitive Guide to Growing Marijuana for Recreational and Medicinal Use” is an invaluable resource for both beginner and seasoned cannabis growers. Authored by Greg Green, the book is brimming with comprehensive insights into the art of cultivating marijuana. It delves into the nuances of genetics, breeding, indoor and outdoor growing techniques, hydroponics, soil cultivation, and even covers the legalities in various jurisdictions.

BeTheHippy’s Review: We at BeTheHippy are all about embracing the seed-to-table ethos of cannabis, and “The Cannabis Grow Bible” resonates with that spirit. It offers much more than a basic growing guide; it’s an encyclopedia that educates readers about the true potential of cannabis cultivation.

Sections and Information:

  1. Genetics and Breeding: Understanding the DNA of your plants.
  2. Indoor Growing: Tips, tricks, and technologies for growing cannabis indoors.
  3. Outdoor Growing: Seasonal insights, soil quality, and planting strategies.
  4. Hydroponics and Soil-less Cultivation: Modern techniques for advanced growers.
  5. Medical Usage: Guidance on strains and consumption for medical use.
  6. Legal Considerations: Up-to-date information on the legal landscape.

With clear instructions, illustrations, and scientific insights, this book brings cannabis cultivation into your home in a way that’s both accessible and empowering. Whether you’re growing for personal use or venturing into the commercial space, “The Cannabis Grow Bible” is a must-read. It’s a significant investment in knowledge, and we couldn’t recommend it more for those on their cannabis journey. Grab your copy and take your growing skills to new highs!

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What people say?

I was surprised how heavy this book is. Over 700 pages of quality information, with over 1000 images of various strains, products, issues with growing, materials, etc. Well written, full of suggestions, links to helpful info online. It is the only book you'll need to start growing (indoors or outdoors). It even touches base on breeding and producing seeds (better left for the pros). For a newbie like me, it is a library of knowledge.
Since I knew nothing about this prior to reading this book it has been a good resource. It's easy to read and understand. It does seem to focus a bit more on commercial size (or large) grows at various times, and I assume that if you are growing commercially you wouldnt need a book like this. It has lots of good pictures as well. My main complaint is the pest identification/management section. It is very lacking in information and pictures. It describes lots of issues that the plants can have, but has few pictures of what the leaf damage/pest is that causes it. I know that lots of people have gone to growing indoors, but a lot of people still grow outdoors or even both indoor and outdoor, so this section could use a lot more guidance since this book lists itself as the "grow Bible".

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