Author: Ed Rosenthal
Publisher: Ed Rosenthal
Release Date: 2012-05-08
A wide range of pests, diseases, and nutrient deficiencies can zap the vitality of any cannabis garden. Inexperienced gardeners often rely on pesticides that are not registered for edibles, as well as other harmful or ineffective techniques that can render plants unusable. This resourceful guide comes to the rescue, showing gardeners how to win back a garden and nurture plants to their full potential, using safe, organic, and integrated pest management techniques. In addition to providing readers with the know-how to get their plants healthy, Marijuana Pest and Disease Control highlights design and garden practices to prevent future infections. Author Ed Rosenthal gears the book to gardeners at every level of experience and in any growing situation from indoor, outdoor, and greenhouse to hydro and terrace gardens. Extensive color photographs and illustration help identify the exact problem.
Want to grow more marijuana than you can smoke? Let’s Grow a Pound is an easy to follow day-by-day guide that will help you grow a bigger harvest than you ever imagined possible. SeeMoreBuds, author of the hit Marijuana Buds For Less, has taken all the guesswork out of growing indoors and harvesting more than a pound of marijuana in under three months. Each of the 73 days it takes to get to a bountiful harvest is described and demonstrated with beautiful full-color photographs. The equipment needed, set up, and each stage of growing, care taking, hydrating, feeding and identifying and dealing with potential problems are all here. This book is a must-have for anyone even interested in growing the finest marijuana around without spending an arm and a leg. The methods demonstrated in the book are guaranteed to lead a grower to success, whether they are a complete novice or an experienced "greenthumb" looking for a better way to grow. Let's Grow A Pound is published and edited by world-famous marijuana cultivator Ed Rosenthal.
Author: William D. Adams
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
Release Date: 2007-10-08
Brimming with fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruit, the kitchen garden is a celebration of the seasons from deep roots in the South - at times being the difference between being well-fed or hungry. The kitchen garden has now become fashionable addition to urban, suburban, and country homes. The book contains a planting guide for a variety of garden examples, charts, is essential reading for all gardeners ready to produce food for their tables.
Author: Roger Holmes
Publisher: Creative Homeowner Press
Release Date: 2000
Genre: House & Home
This environmentally friendly book explains how to get started with annuals, perennials, bulbs, ground covers, trees, shrubs, herbs, and vegetables-and how to care for them. Beginning with basics, readers learn how to test and improve soil and then select plants to match growing conditions on their property. There's a bonus chapter on creating water gardens and gardens that attract birds and butterflies.
Gardening for All Seasons provides both the basic information necessary to create and maintain successful gardens and houseplants and guidance on growing and maintaining flowers during all the seasons of the year.