Cannabis Grow Bible, The: Definitive Guide to Growing Marijuana for Recreational and Medical Use Paperback – 17 Dec 2009
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If the author has all that actual growing experience, it doesn't come over. It seems to have been written by an academic. It would have been vastly improved if it had contained some actual anecdotal growing experience.
Don't waste your money like I did.
Green delves deep into the physics of light. The colour spectrums, nanometre wavelengths, CCT, CRI, Kelvins, Inverse Square Law....but, after I knew what type bulb best replicated Spring, Summer and Autumn and how many watts per square foot was appropriate, all the rest was unnecessary. And I imagine the vast majority of people with an interest in growing marijuana are, like myself, not wanting to read a physics paper on electromagnetic energy (light). That's something that was massively over written about.
Now for the opposite.
At no point, in this book, could I find the appropriate EC levels for plants of any age or size. And this is basic and important information.
A very bad omission.
And, finally, towards the end of the book there are pages devoted to 'How to roll a joint' or 'How to make a pipe out of an apple'.
This felt like pure filler.
If someone has bought a marijuana grow bible I think we can safely assume they know how to 'roll a joint'. And, even if they don't, then having diagrams of how to stick together cigarette papers was just plain stupid!
Years ago I had a similarly titled book by Ed Rosenthal. I recall it being a far superior book.
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My son in law laughed and loved this book - Could not believe his mum in law would buy such a thing for him. Was a winner!!!Published 15 months ago by p.a.danville