marijuana grow bible review

As you probably know by now, marijuana plants are quite a bit more complex than a regular house plant, but learning how to grow isn’t as crazy complicated as a lot of growers make it seem.

by Logan Edwards.

Topics include setting up your grow room, equipment, light schedules, grow room security, the life stages of marijuana, and the harvesting/curing process.

As I said before, this book is probably not the best choice for beginners who are still learning the basics. Though comprehensive in every other way, Jorge assumes that you already have at least one grow under your belt and doesn’t include a beginner’s step-by-step guide. Read the comprehensive Grow Weed Easy.com basics guide here 🙂

I know you are dedicated to growing the best marijuana possible or you wouldn’t be reading this right now.

Now, there is a lot of great info in Ryan Riley’s Growing Elite Marijuana book. If you read the entire thing from front to back, even a totally experienced grower will learn something, and probably a whole lot of things. For a beginner, this book has literally everything you will need to know.

While this is a great guide for hydroponic grows (including coco coir and other soilless mediums) it doesn’t have information about growing in soil.

The author, Daniel Chamovitz, Ph.D., is the director of the Manna Center for Plant Biosciences at Tel Aviv University. He has served as a visiting scientist at Yale University and at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and has lectured at universities around the world. His research has appeared in major scientific journals.

by Jorge Cervantes.

When it comes to grow lights, the author Logan Edwards focuses only on high intensity lights (which I also recommend but aren’t right for everyone), and does not offer much information for those who want to use alternative grow lights like CFLs or LEDs.

This book is not technically about growing cannabis , though I highly, highly recommend that every grower read this book if they want to get a greater understanding of how plants grow and what makes them tick.

In fact, we are dedicated to making our website the best marijuana grow bible in the world.

So you could spend years and years learning from trial and error…

There are many marijuana growing books out there, some are incredible marijuana grow bibles, while other marijuana grow books are little more than endless rambling.

by J. C. Stitch (Author), Ed Rosenthal (Editor)

One of the things people love and hate about this book is Logan Edwards chopped out most of the “behind-the-scenes” science of growing, so you’re left with just what you need to know to successfully grow your crops.

There is so much information, and it’s usually pretty easy to find what you’re looking for. Even after buying several other grow books, none quite compares to the total comprehensiveness of this book.

Here at GrowWeedEasy.com, we are dedicated to providing the best information and resources on how to grow marijuana so that things are as easy as possible for you, the grower.

Cons:

It’s available in hard copy, or as a digital book:

If you’re just starting out, or even if you’re an experienced grower, there’s TONS of useful information and pictures in this slim little book.

Now the price tag for this resource is pretty high, so it’s only recommended for growers who want to go pro with their growing skills. Still, I’m glad that I invested in this book, and I definitely have gotten my money’s worth out of it via increased yields and saved time/frustration. If the price of this book is going to kill your growing budget, than you are going to have a tough time growing elite marijuana anyway. 😉

I feel like I got more from this book than some of the other cannabis-specific growing books. If you’ve already got a grasp of the basics of growing cannabis, and want to expand your scientific knowledge of plants in general, this book is for you!

This is one of my favorite growing cannabis books. Ed Rosenthal has been teaching people how to grow marijuana for 40 years now, and it shows. He has a clean and measured approach to growing that I appreciate. He doesn’t fall prey to hype, and I like that he doesn’t seem to exaggerate.

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On the flip side, if you’re thinking about starting your own, larger-scale grow, or if you already have some experience growing and want to expand your knowledge, you seriously should invest in this book and flip through it sometime. You won’t regret it 🙂

As you probably know, the growing forums can be a rough place to learn how to grow weed, You must be on the lookout for bad information and will always be second-guessing whether this or that person in the forums actually knows what they’re talking about. That’s why investing in growing books by known pros will pay off in the long run.

Insider info: I know that Ed Rosenthal is currently in the process of writing a completely revamped and updated encyclopedia about growing, which should be released sometimes in early-to-mid 2017! This book is great, and you should still get it, but just know that a new one is coming!

This book is unlike any other marijuana books on the market. It’s one of the first marijuana grow books I bought and definitely was a huge help!

If that’s what you’re looking for, this contains detailed information on how to diagnose and fix most problems you may face while growing marijuana, whether you grow in water or soil, indoors or outdoors!

Even when you grow legally there are still some risks involved. Maybe thieves steal your marijuana plants bec In The Marijuana Grow Bible you will learn the basics about growing marijuana for less than a dollar. Both indoors and outdoors, from seed to harvest and everything else around growing marijuana. It’s not very difficult to grow huge buds, you just have to know how.

In The Marijuana Grow Bible you will learn the basics about growing marijuana for less than a dollar. Both indoors and outdoors, from seed to harvest and everything else around growing marijuana. It’s not very difficult to grow huge buds, you just have to know how.

Even when you grow legally there are still some risks involved. Maybe thieves steal your marijuana plants because they’re worth a lot of money. Maybe your crop gets threatened by pests or diseases that can ruin your entire harvest. Or maybe there are other environmental factors that can be a bad influence on your marijuana plants. . more.

This is the third edition of a fine cannabis grower’s manual. It contains 672 pages of gardening innovation and wisdom. This edition has been greatly expanded with an increased emphasis on indoor farming. The sections on indoor lighting and hydroponics are worth the (steep) price of the volume.

My rating: 8.5/10, finished 3/19/2.

The Cannabis Grow Bible: The Definitive Guide to Growing Marijuana for Recreational and Medical Use (3rd Edition) by Greg Green (Green Candy Press 2017) (635.0) (3430).

This is the third edition of a fine cannabis grower's manual. It contains 672 pages of gardening innovation and wisdom. This edition has been greatly expanded with an increased emphasis on indoor farming. The sections on indoor lighting and hydroponics are worth the (steep) price of the volume.

My rating: 8.5/10, finished 3/19/20 (3430). I purchased a brand new PB volume at a local book store for $40.00 on 3/12/20. PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP.