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Hager S. (Ed) - High Times Cultivation Tips - Twenty
years and still growing. USA 1995 126pp
- Foreword entitled "Why you should grow your own"
If you are going to use marijuana, growing your own is
the best way to avoid contact with any criminal element
and insure (sic) a safe and uncontaminated supply.
2. Our governmentĂs
extermination campaign against cannabis is immoral and
unjust. By growing your own you stand up for the right
of this beneficial plant to exist.
of any plant draws one closer to nature. Your relationship
with cannabis can be extremely rewarding.
4. The financial
rewards of home cultivation are mindbioggling. The plant
is worth its weight in gold and several ounces can be
produced every 90 days in a space no bigger than a garbage
can. Can anyone tell me a more profitable hobby than this?"
large-format book is a collection of articles by an number
of authors who have appeared in the popular American magazine.
There are a large number of illustrations and contributions/case
histories from magazine readers who have grown their own
Part 1 - Ode
to cannabis cultivation - re Kentucky Hemp fields - general
Part 2 - Beginners
guide to cannabis cultivation. Includes contributions
from Mel Frank (Introduction to cannabis) & George
Lassen (The Seed), other articles entitled "pot for
pennies" "the micro-security garden" -
this involved growing in a closet with advice on avoidance
of odours and minimising costs. "Stealth metal -
the electric garbage can" and "the ten most
asked grow questions".
Part 3 - Indoor
Growing - Includes articles entitled "Ten steps to
setting up a grow-room (Cervantes), Indoor growing for
beginners (includes diagram of self-contained growing
unit with many similarities to the Kushti Box), Electric
lights for plant growth (Frank), Keeping the electric
bill cool (Gold)" Covers most aspects of indoor growing,
use of lights, fertilisers, ventilation, avoidance of
Part 4 - Outdoor
Cultivation - Includes articles entitled "The secret
garden (Lassen), Covert cultivation, Organic outdoor growing,
Organic nutrients for your plants (Alexander), Pot on
the Edge, Barrels in the sun (watering techniques)".
Mostly concerned in avoidance of detection for clandestine
outdoor growers in rural sites, coping with pests (animal
and human) and the problems associated with outdoor growing.
Not particularly relevant to UK situation, as the climate
and daylight strength is very different in the USA to
Part 5 - Advanced
Techniques - Includes articles entitled "Summer insect
control (Frank), Beat the Heat, Growing and breeding spice
ganja, Breeding for big buds (Cervantes), Indoor cannabis
breeding (Clarke), Taking the guesswork out of harvesting
(Frank), How to preserve pot potency, Indoor growing by
the plantlet method, Cyber-hydroponics, The great Hydro-v-Bio
The general style of this book is that of popular journalism,
with plenty of photographs, clear diagrams, and text boxes
containing brief news stories, tips or anecdotes, many
submitted by readers. The general impression is one of
active encouragement of the reader to grow cannabis, as
evidenced by the wording of the non-disclaimer, and the
many tips for avoidance of detection of indoor or outdoor
systems. The book deals with most aspects of cultivation,
indoor or outdoor, use of HID growlights, organic vs hydroponic
growing media, and small scale indoor systems very similar
in concept to the Kushti Box.
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