Marijuana Harvest: How To Maximize Quality And Yield In Your Cannabis Garden by Ed RosenthalMarijuana Harvest: How To Maximize Quality And Yield In Your Cannabis Garden by Ed Rosenthal

Marijuana Harvest: How To Maximize Quality And Yield In Your Cannabis Garden

byEd RosenthalAs told byDavid Downs

Paperback | August 25, 2017

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Marijuana Harvest is the first book devoted entirely to cannabis harvesting. In it, Ed Rosenthal and David Downs explain how to ensure the perfect harvest - everything from recognizing when it's time to pick, to storage tech-niques to keep your buds fresh.Ed Rosenthal literally wrote the book on marijuana cultivation with his best-selling Marijuana Grower's Handbook. Marijuana Harvest is the most important cultivation tool of the season. Readers will learn about: - Flushing: How and when to flush. - Ripening: The best time to pick. - Manicuring and Processing: Speed it up with new tools for both hand and machine trimming . - Drying and Curing: How to avoid mildew and mold contamination. - Storing: Keeping your buds fresh and potent. Today, more Americans than ever before have the ability to grow and cultivate marijuana for medical and personal use. Marijuana Harvest teaches cultivators large and small, how to avoid making costly mistakes, identify problems "
Ed Rosenthal is the world's leading expert on the cultivation of marijuana. In his more than 40 years as the 'guru of ganja,' he has written and edited more than a dozen books about marijuana cultivation and social policy that cumulatively have sold over two million copies. His 'Ask Ed' marijuana advice column ran in High Times for ...
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Title:Marijuana Harvest: How To Maximize Quality And Yield In Your Cannabis GardenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.63 inPublished:August 25, 2017Publisher:Quick Trading CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1936807254

ISBN - 13:9781936807253

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Marijuana Harvest," co-authored by San Francisco Chronicle Cannabis Editor and former Cannabis Now Senior Editor David Downs, is the latest offering in a long legacy of cultivation books released by Rosenthal. And although the "guru of ganja" has been publicly pushing for homegrown backyard cannabis since the late '70s, arrives at an optimal time when more Americans than ever before have the ability to grow and cultivate marijuana for medical and personal use. The book offers techniques design to increase the quality and yield of homegrown flowers and pulls from years of research, controlled experiments and interviews with cannabis cultivators on what has worked so far."Marijuana Harvest" is designed to teach marijuana growers of all scales "how to avoid making costly mistakes, identify problems and solve them quickly" and is full of options to jump in on the fun of developing the science around the world's favorite flower with further personal innovation. Anyone with any clout in the cannabis industry recognizes the name, Ed Rosenthal. Now, right in time for harvest season, he brings us a new book explaining exactly how the best farmers do it. From the ins-and-outs of chopping down stalks to the extraction methods many growers use, they truly cover the entire spectrum of what happens to cannabis flowers once they're fully developed. With his new book, Marijuana Harvest Rosenthal once again collaborates with David Downs, Cannabis Editor for the San Francisco Chronicle.It was a delightful read as it was equally informative as it was visually pleasing, we would definitely recommend this to anyone interested in cannabis cultivation. Getting the most out of our bud doesn't stop with the growth cycle, flowers must be treated with care until the moment they're sold over the counter. Thankfully, Rosenthal and Downs have made this book available just in time to show us just how important harvest can be. "