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 they are faced with....
|Title||:||Marijuana Pest and Disease Control: How to Protect Your Plants and Win Back Your Garden|
|Publisher||:||Quick American Archives June 13, 2012|
|Number of Pages||:||232 pages|
|File Size||:||767 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Marijuana Pest and Disease Control: How to Protect Your Plants and Win Back Your Garden Reviews
It's an interesting read, and I did learn a lot in a general sense; but I wanted a quick reference to common mj pests and specific advice on how to get rid of them. Rosenthal gives us a very nice entomology lesson, and does have some tables listing the info I was after. Unfortunately, the structure of the book is more geared to Ed's passionate interest in the bugs themselves, and he really does not provide an easy-to-use reference for those who are just trying to raise a plant or two for personal use. I'd like to see the book reformatted, with the entomology lessons in the front section and the reference tables and photographs in a dedicated section in the back.
I was very happy that he really digs into the subject at hand in detail with nice color photos and really covers the problems and how to prevent them, I've read other books on the subject but I really felt like he went above everyone else. I walked away really knowing more than I did when I went into reading it I find myself making changes to my garden area because of what I've learned here.
Very, very interesting!!!🌟 Who knew bugs could be so entertaining.😄 More than I ever thought I wanted to know😶!!? Great!
It's a great book. A friend loaned me his, so I ordered it. It's full of helpful information about keeping any greenhouse or garden healthy, with focus being a cannabis crop. It would be useful for any greenhouse situation, regardless what is being grown.
Good book for growing any plant better and healthier.
Just another add on to ed Rosenthal's guide to growing marijuana but this book empathizes on what to look out for that you are not messing up. these are all the elements nature can throw at you even in a controlled environment