Cannabis Growing Guide: The Art of Cultivating Marijuana for Superior Yield and Quantity J. B. Haze

Cannabis Growing Guide: The Art of Cultivating Marijuana for Superior Yield and Quantity

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Book Title
Cannabis Growing Guide: The Art of Cultivating Marijuana for Superior Yield and Quantity
Author
J. B. Haze
ISBN
9781937866976
With thorough explanations of the foundations of growing and over 100 helpful images and diagrams, Cannabis Growing Guide is the essential beginner-friendly book you need to learn how to grow cannabis outdoors.J.B. Haze begins Cannabis Growing Guide with an important explanation about genetics and why growers should care about them, both from a practical standpoint and as a hobbyist, highlighting the joy of growing alongside technical knowledge. That same enthusiasm carries into the next section as Haze discusses the importance of the growing environment. An exploration of the history of cross-breeding strains precedes a discussion of the different attributes that growers may want to cultivate in their own strains. Logically following the discussion of genetics, Haze guides readers through selecting seeds and explains the difference between a Haze plant and a Kush plant. He then continues his discussion of seeds by explaining what makes a "good seed" and a solid starting point for one's growing adventure. Haze acknowledges that not everyone is lucky enough to live in an environment perfect for growing marijuana and may need some pointers on how to select the seeds and strains that will provide the best possible result in whichever environment readers may reside. He explains the different types of seeds growers can buy, their pros and cons, and provides seed bank recommendations so that readers will know both what they want and where to get it. With all the seed information squared away, Haze moves on to discussing soil. Soil may seem an unusual point of focus, isn't it just dirt? But Haze proves through his thorough explanation that soil is paramount to getting the best yield. His method of versatile pot assembly provides insulation, nutrients, and water to marijuana plants for weeks at a time, making it easier for growers to get the results they want. The author leads readers through preparing the pots and soil for planting, exposes the surprising dangers of chemicals in water and teaches readers how to filter them out, and discusses how to balance the pH of the soil. Starting out with these foundations makes this book perfect for a beginner.Haze continues his in-depth descriptions as he guides readers through the various other obstacles of the germination process, such as controlling temperature and moisture without disturbing the seeds or stunting growth. His method of watering the seeds is particularly helpful to beginners, as a frequent slip-up is to dehydrate the seeds as they try to get moisture when using the traditional paper towel technique. Haze's alternative technique allows excited growers to easily observe seeds as they germinate without causing a shake-up and uses easily-obtainable materials and has a 99% success rate. After thoroughly explaining the foundational knowledge needed for beginners to start their journey, Haze coaches readers through the first growth, plant puberty if you will. He discusses the proper way to pot the seed and the best lighting set up so readers can look forward to the joy of seeing those first little leaves. Haze also explains how to innoculate against pests, an ingenious way of preventing pests from pestering plants. Even if pests do make it to the plants, Haze has a way of dealing with them that will save any plants that have been accosted by unwelcome guests. He also takes care to mention the potential dangers of sharing your growing location with other people as they may inadvertently cause some chaos, and cautions readers to take the safety of their plants seriously.Haze generously shares his surefire method of cloning, one of the most important pieces of information for growers who have found their perfect combination of attributes. Haze demystifies the process and explains it in simple terms that makes the whole operation seem less intimidating than the serious-sounding name implies. He goes on to distinguish the difference between a bud and a flower, demonstrates how to calibrate a bud to get the preferred medicinal effects, and explains how to determine the best time to harvest a plant. After writing a full book on the topic, Haze's chapter on regeneration is as thorough and nuanced as it can be. From explanations of how the process works to how to use tipping in order to increase yield, everything is laid out in a way that is both detailed and easy to understand. Haze also provides a specific timeline for when to expect results so that no one is left guessing about when to expect success. The author also uses his years of growing experience to help readers auto-dry their crop to perfection, and provides tips on how to minimize handling the plants in order to avoid damaging them and ruining the harvest. With over 150 dazzling photographs by the author and easy-to-implement instructions, Cannabis Growing Guide is the perfect book for any beginner looking to learn how to grow marijuana outdoors and get the best buds possible. Full of sage advice and charming personality, this book is the ultimate beginner's guide.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: J. B. HazePublisher: Green Candy PressPublished: 03/14/2023ISBN: 9781937866976Pages: 144Weight: 0.75lbsSize: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.40d
With thorough explanations of the foundations of growing and over 100 helpful images and diagrams, Cannabis Growing Guide is the essential beginner-friendly book you need to learn how to grow cannabis outdoors.J.B. Haze begins Cannabis Growing Guide with an important explanation about genetics and why growers should care about them, both from a practical standpoint and as a hobbyist, highlighting the joy of growing alongside technical knowledge. That same enthusiasm carries into the next section as Haze discusses the importance of the growing environment. An exploration of the history of cross-breeding strains precedes a discussion of the different attributes that growers may want to cultivate in their own strains. Logically following the discussion of genetics, Haze guides readers through selecting seeds and explains the difference between a Haze plant and a Kush plant. He then continues his discussion of seeds by explaining what makes a "good seed" and a solid starting point for one's growing adventure. Haze acknowledges that not everyone is lucky enough to live in an environment perfect for growing marijuana and may need some pointers on how to select the seeds and strains that will provide the best possible result in whichever environment readers may reside. He explains the different types of seeds growers can buy, their pros and cons, and provides seed bank recommendations so that readers will know both what they want and where to get it. With all the seed information squared away, Haze moves on to discussing soil. Soil may seem an unusual point of focus, isn't it just dirt? But Haze proves through his thorough explanation that soil is paramount to getting the best yield. His method of versatile pot assembly provides insulation, nutrients, and water to marijuana plants for weeks at a time, making it easier for growers to get the results they want. The author leads readers through preparing the pots and soil for planting, exposes the surprising dangers of chemicals in water and teaches readers how to filter them out, and discusses how to balance the pH of the soil. Starting out with these foundations makes this book perfect for a beginner.Haze continues his in-depth descriptions as he guides readers through the various other obstacles of the germination process, such as controlling temperature and moisture without disturbing the seeds or stunting growth. His method of watering the seeds is particularly helpful to beginners, as a frequent slip-up is to dehydrate the seeds as they try to get moisture when using the traditional paper towel technique. Haze's alternative technique allows excited growers to easily observe seeds as they germinate without causing a shake-up and uses easily-obtainable materials and has a 99% success rate. After thoroughly explaining the foundational knowledge needed for beginners to start their journey, Haze coaches readers through the first growth, plant puberty if you will. He discusses the proper way to pot the seed and the best lighting set up so readers can look forward to the joy of seeing those first little leaves. Haze also explains how to innoculate against pests, an ingenious way of preventing pests from pestering plants. Even if pests do make it to the plants, Haze has a way of dealing with them that will save any plants that have been accosted by unwelcome guests. He also takes care to mention the potential dangers of sharing your growing location with other people as they may inadvertently cause some chaos, and cautions readers to take the safety of their plants seriously.Haze generously shares his surefire method of cloning, one of the most important pieces of information for growers who have found their perfect combination of attributes. Haze demystifies the process and explains it in simple terms that makes the whole operation seem less intimidating than the serious-sounding name implies. He goes on to distinguish the difference between a bud and a flower, demonstrates how to calibrate a bud to get the preferred medicinal effects, and explains how to determine the best time to harvest a plant. After writing a full book on the topic, Haze's chapter on regeneration is as thorough and nuanced as it can be. From explanations of how the process works to how to use tipping in order to increase yield, everything is laid out in a way that is both detailed and easy to understand. Haze also provides a specific timeline for when to expect results so that no one is left guessing about when to expect success. The author also uses his years of growing experience to help readers auto-dry their crop to perfection, and provides tips on how to minimize handling the plants in order to avoid damaging them and ruining the harvest. With over 150 dazzling photographs by the author and easy-to-implement instructions, Cannabis Growing Guide is the perfect book for any beginner looking to learn how to grow marijuana outdoors and get the best buds possible. Full of sage advice and charming personality, this book is the ultimate beginner's guide.


Binding Type: Paperback
Author: J. B. Haze
Publisher: Green Candy Press
Published: 03/14/2023
ISBN: 9781937866976
Pages: 144
Weight: 0.75lbs
Size: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.40d
With thorough explanations of the foundations of growing and over 100 helpful images and diagrams, Cannabis Growing Guide is the essential beginner-friendly book you need to learn how to grow cannabis outdoors.J.B. Haze begins Cannabis Growing Guide with an important explanation about genetics and why growers should care about them, both from a practical standpoint and as a hobbyist, highlighting the joy of growing alongside technical knowledge. That same enthusiasm carries into the next section as Haze discusses the importance of the growing environment. An exploration of the history of cross-breeding strains precedes a discussion of the different attributes that growers may want to cultivate in their own strains. Logically following the discussion of genetics, Haze guides readers through selecting seeds and explains the difference between a Haze plant and a Kush plant. He then continues his discussion of seeds by explaining what makes a "good seed" and a solid starting point for one's growing adventure. Haze acknowledges that not everyone is lucky enough to live in an environment perfect for growing marijuana and may need some pointers on how to select the seeds and strains that will provide the best possible result in whichever environment readers may reside. He explains the different types of seeds growers can buy, their pros and cons, and provides seed bank recommendations so that readers will know both what they want and where to get it. With all the seed information squared away, Haze moves on to discussing soil. Soil may seem an unusual point of focus, isn't it just dirt? But Haze proves through his thorough explanation that soil is paramount to getting the best yield. His method of versatile pot assembly provides insulation, nutrients, and water to marijuana plants for weeks at a time, making it easier for growers to get the results they want. The author leads readers through preparing the pots and soil for planting, exposes the surprising dangers of chemicals in water and teaches readers how to filter them out, and discusses how to balance the pH of the soil. Starting out with these foundations makes this book perfect for a beginner.Haze continues his in-depth descriptions as he guides readers through the various other obstacles of the germination process, such as controlling temperature and moisture without disturbing the seeds or stunting growth. His method of watering the seeds is particularly helpful to beginners, as a frequent slip-up is to dehydrate the seeds as they try to get moisture when using the traditional paper towel technique. Haze's alternative technique allows excited growers to easily observe seeds as they germinate without causing a shake-up and uses easily-obtainable materials and has a 99% success rate. After thoroughly explaining the foundational knowledge needed for beginners to start their journey, Haze coaches readers through the first growth, plant puberty if you will. He discusses the proper way to pot the seed and the best lighting set up so readers can look forward to the joy of seeing those first little leaves. Haze also explains how to innoculate against pests, an ingenious way of preventing pests from pestering plants. Even if pests do make it to the plants, Haze has a way of dealing with them that will save any plants that have been accosted by unwelcome guests. He also takes care to mention the potential dangers of sharing your growing location with other people as they may inadvertently cause some chaos, and cautions readers to take the safety of their plants seriously.Haze generously shares his surefire method of cloning, one of the most important pieces of information for growers who have found their perfect combination of attributes. Haze demystifies the process and explains it in simple terms that makes the whole operation seem less intimidating than the serious-sounding name implies. He goes on to distinguish the difference between a bud and a flower, demonstrates how to calibrate a bud to get the preferred medicinal effects, and explains how to determine the best time to harvest a plant. After writing a full book on the topic, Haze's chapter on regeneration is as thorough and nuanced as it can be. From explanations of how the process works to how to use tipping in order to increase yield, everything is laid out in a way that is both detailed and easy to understand. Haze also provides a specific timeline for when to expect results so that no one is left guessing about when to expect success. The author also uses his years of growing experience to help readers auto-dry their crop to perfection, and provides tips on how to minimize handling the plants in order to avoid damaging them and ruining the harvest. With over 150 dazzling photographs by the author and easy-to-implement instructions, Cannabis Growing Guide is the perfect book for any beginner looking to learn how to grow marijuana outdoors and get the best buds possible. Full of sage advice and charming personality, this book is the ultimate beginner's guide.


Binding Type: Paperback
Author: J. B. Haze
Publisher: Green Candy Press
Published: 03/14/2023
ISBN: 9781937866976
Pages: 144
Weight: 0.75lbs
Size: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.40d