‘The Cannabis Grow Bible’ is the most comprehensive guide to marijuana gardening ever written.
It is back with all new information and updated advice for cannabis enthusiasts. Over 200 additional pages of all new information are included in this book, from all new lighting equipment and techniques, to highly advanced cannabinoid extraction techniques and detailed, step-by-step gardening guides for novice and professional growers alike.
‘The Cannabis Grow Bible’contains over 700 pages, with all new photos and step-by-step guides to every aspect of marijuana horticulture, plant breeding, and hash production.
Featuring a handy quick start guide at the beginning to allow growers to get started right away, and hone their techniques as they read the later chapters in more detail. The biggest, most comprehensive, and straightforward guide to marijuana horticulture ever published.
Editorial Reviews of ‘The Cannabis Grow Bible’
Consistently this book is my go-to resource for information on growing marijuana and information on cannabis botany. It is an invaluable book.” —S.T. Oner, author of Marijuana Outdoor Grower’s Guide and Marijuana Chef Cookbook
“…the one I always refer peeps to when they want a general all about and how-to guide when growing cannabis. I think this book is awesome.” —The Rev, author of True Living Organics: The Ultimate Guide to Growing All-Natural Marijuana Indoors
“An excellent resource for anyone interested in growing marijuana.” —SKUNK Magazine
“The definitive resource for those interested in the art and science of cannabis cultivation.” —Weed World Magazine
“Hands down the best resource for growers on the market.” —iSmoke Magazine
“This definitive guide to cannabis cultivation is targeted at a wide range of skill levels, with detailed information of every aspect of growing from basic to very advanced… Overall, this is a comprehensive and no-nonsense guide to cannabis cultivation, with particularly good layout and formatting making it well-presented and easy on the eye.” —Sensi Seeds
“An important development for American growers. This book ensures that growers will get a reliable and consistent harvest.” —ScienceBookMix.com
About the Author of‘The Cannabis Grow Bible’
Greg Green is the best selling author of The Cannabis Grow Bible and The Cannabis Breeder’s Bible. He grew up in Ireland, and has travelled around the world learning about the cannabis plant.
His formal education in advanced botany and plant horticulture has allowed him to become the foremost expert on cannabis horticulture and cannabis plant breeding techniques. His legions of readers are eagerly awaiting the new edition of his beloved book, The Cannabis Grow Bible.
My real experience of reading
I was a bit skeptical when purchasing this book due to some of the more critical reviews, but in hindsight I’m glad I did. The book did have some layout issues that I noticed that were noted in some of the negative reviews, but they didn’t make the book unreadable. This review might get a little lengthy, but I read this book from cover to cover and want to give it a fair assessment. This review is for the 3rd edition.
Like most grow “bibles” on the market today, this book covers a ton of information. So much information in fact, that it can become contradictory when many different opinions on cultivation are introduced. Everyone does things a little bit different, so it’s important to keep that in mind while reading this book. Completely green growers (pun intended) always want some kind of text that they can reference that has all the answers. In my opinion, such a text has never been compiled, and no amount of reading will really replace real experience and garden time.
Most of the info in this book can be found online, however I think it’s a nicely bound book, contains nice glossy pictures, and conveys most of the info in a straightforward manner. It is physically a large book with 689 pages, softcover. I think this is a great book for new growers, however it reads like a textbook and you will kinda have to study it and mark relevant information to your situation. All the fundamentals are here, though fertilization gets confusing just like it does in all books it seems. Nothing really substitutes experience in this case unfortunately. Take some of the controversial info with a grain of salt (24/0 vs 18/6 lighting) and learn your own way of doing things, but this book is a great resource.
I recommend this book for those interested in how this stuff works and for those wanting to actually do it themselves. I wasn’t disappointed at all, the book looks nice on my bookshelf and contains lots of useful info.