Green Weed: The Organic Guide to Growing High Quality Cannabis

Overview

Whether you grow for health or happiness, business or pleasure, growing cannabis organically is a rewarding and relaxing experience. Free of pesticides and other chemicals that can do real harm to your body and loaded with THC (the active ingredient in cannabis), your home-grown ganja is bound to rival even the winners of the coveted Cannabis Cup.

With wit and wisdom, Dr. Kindbud, a leading organic gardening expert and cannabis connoisseur, will be your guide through the entire ...

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Overview

Whether you grow for health or happiness, business or pleasure, growing cannabis organically is a rewarding and relaxing experience. Free of pesticides and other chemicals that can do real harm to your body and loaded with THC (the active ingredient in cannabis), your home-grown ganja is bound to rival even the winners of the coveted Cannabis Cup.

With wit and wisdom, Dr. Kindbud, a leading organic gardening expert and cannabis connoisseur, will be your guide through the entire organic cannabis-growing season. From seed selection to soil composition, fertilizing to watering, cultivating to storing your harvest, Dr. Kindbud will show you how to get the best out of your crop and come away with buds that are not only potent but good for the earth.

Inside you'll find:

The best growing methods for outdoor and indoor cultivating.

Fertilizing techniques that will ensure your plants grow up healthy and strong.

Plant sex-ed, complete with instructions for identifying and separating the boys from the girls.

Harvesting dos and don'ts and the best storage methods to keep your bumper crop in just-picked shape.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604331578
  • Publisher: Cider Mill Press
  • Publication date: 5/24/2010
  • Pages: 193
  • Sales rank: 1,440,167
  • Product dimensions: 6.46 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Seymour Greenbud has been studying, writing about and teaching home gardeners how to grow the best vegetables and fruits, unadulterated by toxic chemicals, for more than 20 years. He was the editor of a leading organic gardening magazine and Website, and has appeared as an organic gardening on national network TV shows. Over the last 30 years, he has sampled many strains of cannabis, both domestic and imported, and is convinced that the organic method produces the kindest smoke.

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Table of Contents

1 Mother Nature 7

2 What's in the Names? 15

3 Going Underground 27

4 Making your Bed 43

5 Starting Up 55

6 Males, Females, Long Days and Dark Nights 73

7 Water Wise 89

8 Feeding Time 103

9 Bad Weeds us. Good Weed 117

10 Bud Time 127

11 Farming Indoors 143

12 Trouble-Shooting Guide 159

13 Graduate Level 173

Resources 186

Glossary 192

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