Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distintive Cannabis

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  1. #1 Superjoint, Feb 18, 2009
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    Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distintive Cannabis[​IMG]

    Robert Clarkes splendid effort will be widely appreciated. His Marijuana Botany will be constantly consulted by a wide variety of researchers in the years to come. (Richard Evans Schultes-Director, Harvard Botanical Museum) This work is a compact guide for interested scientists and breeders. -- Carlton E. Turner, Ph.D.-Director, National Institute of Mental Health Marijuana Research Project

    Product Description
    Cannabis has been cultivated for 10,000 years. In recent times, marijuana has undergone more genetic experimentation and cross-breeding than during the previous 10,000 years. This remarkable hybrid development was accomplished by thousand of individuals new to any kind of farming. Marijuana Botany offers accurate information about all aspects of cultivation. It explains how quality is affected by climate and environment; identification and desirability of female plants; consideration for cultivating sinsemilla; THC production and peak potency; producing desirable plants year after year.

    Marijuana Botany: Propagation and Breeding of Distintive Cannabis[​IMG]
  2. Got this book from a friend 15yrs ago. There are a few dated references, but this was ahead of it's time when it was first published. If you are looking for solid advice cover to cover this is it. Great introduction into the basics of gardening.
  3. a great resource, get it! read it! learn from it.....
  4. Great source of information in this book, I suggest everyone interested in plant to own it ASAP !
  5. Old one but still great.
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