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growing weed guide book

From the former garden editor of Sunset magazine, Johanna Silver, Growing Weed in the Garden brings cannabis out of the dark, into the sunlight. This groundbreaking, comprehensive guide to incorporating weed into your garden leads you from seed or plant selection to harvest. Filled with gorgeous photographs of beautiful gardens, as well as step-by-step photography that shows how to dry, cure, and store cannabis, make tinctures and oils, and roll the perfect joint, this book provides all the information you need to grow and enjoy cannabis. For both the stoned and sober, the new and seasoned gardener, Growing Weed in the Garden is the definitive guide to doing just that.

The definitive and first-ever guide dedicated exclusively to growing weed in your home garden

Johanna Silver contributes regularly to Better Homes & Gardens and Martha Stewart Living and is the go-to cannabis gardener for the San Francisco Chronicle . She was awarded a James Beard for her contributions to Sunset ’s One Block Diet project and is the author of The Bold Dry Garden . Rachel Weill is a travel, food, and lifestyle photographer. Her work has appeared in many publications, including the Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Condé Nast Traveler , and Town & Country .

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Growing weed guide book

If you run into problems, our “diagnose your plant” CHAPTER will help you figure out what’s wrong The most common issue a grower runs into is a pH imbalance. Barring that, your marijuana plants likely either have a nutrient deficiency, heat or light stress, or are being attacked by some sort of marijuana mold, pest, or bug.

If you’re just growing a few marijuana plants for personal use, it will cost you $20-$100+/month for electricity, depending on what grow lights (electricity) and nutrients you use.

“How much will electricity cost each month?”

“What if my plants get sick?”

“How can I increase my marijuana yields?”

We have quite a few techniques to choose from or combine

If you’re considering growing weed, it costs as little as $300 to get started growing or a bit more for a semi-automatic, high-yielding bubbleponics grow system.

This book: Marijuana 2021: GROWING AND BUSINESS covers many popular cannabis cultivation and business topics, including: