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Looking for Book on Strain Types

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by SensiBlazin420, Feb 9, 2014.

  1. I am looking for a book that has a complete list of all marijuana strains
     
    INCLUDING
     
    Notes on how to grow each plant, what each will yield, etc. etc.
     
     
    Any and ALL comments are welcome
     
     
    Sincerely,
     
    SensiBlazin420  B)  

     
  2. there's a website for strains through idk of any books with growing and yeilds the site is called leafy.com they also have an app.

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  3. There will be some good books on strain types and seperate books on growing. You can often contact your seed company for a detailed grow guide on each particular seed/strain from them.
     
    But I doubt one book will hold all that information.
     
  4. I second leafly it's pretty cool


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  5. Leafly's the closest you'll get and even then, so many variables thrown in make strain-specific yield estimates pretty useless. Even strain-specific growing methods aren't so abundant. As Jorge C said, if you ask ten growers about proper method(s) and you'll get twenty answers.
     
    There's no substitute for hands-on experience.  :bongin:
     
  6. too many factors to confine it to one book, every growerr is different.
     
  7. Leafly...there's an app for that!
     
  8. A book would be pointless as there's CONSTANTLY new strains coming out, cuts getting dropped from rotation, etc. etc.
     
    Internet's your best source for growing info and yields and such.
     
    I thought you were just looking for like a coffee table book with weed porn shots and basic strain info and such.
     
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