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Publisher: MJAdvisor; 2nd ed. edition (January 15, 2014)
Publication Date: January 15, 2014
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If you're looking for a truly practical guide from an experienced, knowledgable source, consider your search over. Most info of this nature was previously either found as a chapter in a larger book, or on various websites. In the vast majority of both cases, they tend to summarize, gloss over, or even skip key details entirely. The information presented here is concise and to the point, yet covers every aspect from seed/clone selection through harvest and even nutritional chemistry in a thorough, straightforward style. The advice on establishing protocol alone is something not found in similar works and makes it worth the price alone. As a detail-oriented and truly practical guide for small space growers, it can't be beat. Highly recommended.
This book is short but very detailed and filled with key information! I believe it to be helpful to an experienced grower and vastly helpful for any novice! I have been growing medically for some years now and have researched for countless hours to find the wealth of information detailed in this book. I have also read many books on the subject but they don't offer some key facts that this one does. For the price this is a steal! I highly recommend it to anyone that wants to be serious about growing. Cheers To Read for putting this together! On a side note, I have also been using his Scientific Soils for a few years now and also recommend it highly!
I was surprised when I bought this book that it was about marihuana,(saw it on my smartphone) but it is a great book for every indoor gardener. I was looking into hydroponics and aquaponics, because I have a large garden, but most seedlings are destroyed by pests and bugs. It was cheap and had a lot of info.A lot of the info is usable when you want to grow other plants in your home and it is well researched.I loved reading the book.
Undeniably, this is one great book that describes what the title intends. Whether using a grow tent or converting a closet, this book is a must. Beginners using this book are presented with information for further research. Experienced growers will gain many valuable tips and suggestions. Since this book is stated as a summary to the author's more detailed book, after understanding this very reasonably priced edition, you will want the more detailed and lengthy version.
There is so much wrong with this book that it is hard to even know where to start. PH is critical and to say that it is not, especially with hydro, is simply wrong. Plants uptake nutrients at only specific pH levels. When the pH is not kept in check, the plant cannot absorb the nutrients.The author speaks of photoinhibition like it is a new word he just learned, but 600W in a 4 x 4 space is barely minimum light and twice that much light is still not at the photoinhibition stage.The author talks about getting a huge yield in 9 weeks, but fails to mention the 3 months or so that the plant is going to have to be in the vegetative state to become large enough to fill a 4 x 4 scrog net.I could go on and on like this, but suffice it to say that this is not a plan that is going to work or to produce the amount the author says in the 9 weeks he tries to make it appear that it will take. The entire RDWC setup is overly complicated with no corresponding benefits.He has glossed over so much here trying to make this look like something it is not. There is so much misinformation and things that simply are not true that the author should be ashamed of himself. If I could rate this with negative stars, I would.
too much detail and too many steps to follow. its is a tough read that does not flow due to all the Directions and recipe-like explanations on how to do everything to a grow-space. not for me since I am more of a feeler to put something together and do not need to know how many nails I need to build a wooden box with. overall it was an average read. repetitive at times in the meticulous detail. some of you might like this style though...
A one stop shop for the new grower. A very easy to read and understand book. Very well put together to cover 90% of the things you need to know. Follow the book and you will be on to your first harvest in no time at all. Read the book thoroughly and find out what works for you... Use it as a guide not an instruction manual.. All in all a good read, should be very helpful to the new grower..
..in a concise and understandable form. Definitely some advanced information that was clearly explained AND with citation of sound sources. I learned quite a bit, but I also unlearned some useless or in some cases downright harmful practices. It's going in the library!
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