Marijuana: Let's Grow a Pound: A Day by Day Guide to Growing More Than You Can Use

Ed Rosenthal
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Want to grow more marijuana than you can smoke? Let’s Grow a Pound is an easy to follow day-by-day guide that will help you grow a bigger harvest than you ever imagined possible.

SeeMoreBuds, author of the hit Marijuana Buds For Less, has taken all the guesswork out of growing indoors and harvesting more than a pound of marijuana in under three months. Each of the 73 days it takes to get to a bountiful harvest is described and demonstrated with beautiful full-color photographs. The equipment needed, set up, and each stage of growing, care taking, hydrating, feeding and identifying and dealing with potential problems are all here.

This book is a must-have for anyone even interested in growing the finest marijuana around without spending an arm and a leg. The methods demonstrated in the book are guaranteed to lead a grower to success, whether they are a complete novice or an experienced "greenthumb" looking for a better way to grow.

Let's Grow A Pound is published and edited by world-famous marijuana cultivator Ed Rosenthal.
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About the author

SeeMoreBuds is the author of Marijuana Buds for Less: Grow 8 oz. of Bud for Less Than $100 (Quick American Archives) and is the producer of 3 DVD's on marijuana cultivation. He has released three DVD’s on marijuana cultivation. He is a professor of videography and has directed more than 15 television shows.
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Publisher
Ed Rosenthal
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Published on
Mar 13, 2012
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Pages
112
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ISBN
9781936807178
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Language
English
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Genres
Gardening / Reference
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This content is DRM protected.
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Marijuana Harvest is the world’s first crop science book devoted solely to harvesting, processing and storing award-winning marijuana—now a multi-billion dollar crop.

Whether you are a hobby gardener or commercial farmer, Marijuana Harvest shows you how to maximize the yield and quality of your garden. Full-color throughout, the book’s descriptive photos make it an attractive guide to the steps needed to harvest, dry, trim, cure and store top-quality buds.

Internationally recognized as the number one cultivation author, Ed Rosenthal along with renowned journalist David Downs has thoroughly researched every sector of this book visiting personal gardens and commercial farms observing techniques used as well as experimental methods under development. Winners of prestigious cannabis cups are interviewed and share their tips and advise. Content includes time, labor, and energy saving tools and equipment: Trimmers, climate controls, drying methods, storage systems, workflow charts and much more––Everything a grower needs to know to do it right.

Cut through the clutter of online forums and anecdotal advice to find out how to grow and harvest top-shelf buds, both indoors and out, for use as dried flowers, extracts and edibles—all in stunning, full-color photos and illustrations. For the casual consumer there are tips on how to choose the best-grown and best-tasting buds available. The results are an accessible and informative look at harvest methods for all marijuana users and growers.

Today more Americans than ever before have the ability to grow and cultivate marijuana for medical and personal use. Twenty-three states and Washington D.C. have laws permitting medical cannabis and four states and Washington D.C. have legalized adult-use recreational sales. Momentum is building going into the 2016 presidential elections, with Arcview Market Research predicting an additional 11 states voting in favor of legalization.
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