Employing proven flower-growing techniques used by commercial greenhouses the world over, the growing of cannabis plants is demystified in this helpful gardening book. The natural cycles and growth of the plant are explained, as is how to sprout seedlings, manage growth and soil, how and when to use nutrients, what to look for when it is flowering and finishing, how to cure, and a little about what cannabis can be used for in day-to-day living. Advising to grow the crop patiently, take notes, and observe results, the book also includes a growth journal that makes keeping track a breeze. Plans for an herb hut are provided to make it easy to build an outdoor greenhouse. Easy-to-use and efficient methods, materials that are inexpensive and easy to find, and explanations that suit the simple truth of the environment are all presented in this all-in-one guide to growing a successful crop of cannabis.
About the author
Dan Boughen was born in Dawson Creek, and has lived his entire life in B.C. Driven by a strong curiosity and a desire for human rights Dan has questioned the politics of life, notably the illegal nature of the herb, Cannabis. He's sometimes been called the 'weed whisperer' for his abilities to diagnose plant problems in chat or over the phone without ever seeing the plants in question Since being diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2010 Dan decided to obtain a license to grow and treat his own body using Cannabis oils, forgoing chemotherapy in favor of holistic natural treatment. Daniel Boughen has established an online community for medical patients to practice peer support and learn new information on the therapeutic use of cannabis for terminal and seriously ill patients. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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