Grow Marijuana Weed Indoor or Outdoor is a guide based on facts accumulated over the past ten years. The author Brad Ramsay has based this book on both practical experience and historical evidence. The book is highly informative providing a complete review of Marijuana, its uses, its benefits and risk and a system to easily grow your own discretely.
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The book reviews the reasons why Marijuana became an illegal substance going back as far as King James I in 1619 ordering the colonists to grow over a 100 plants for export back to England for both its narcotic use and for its hemp. From then until now Marijuana has had its brushes with the law and it is only recently that the weed’s benefits outweigh possible abuse.
Indoor growing of Marijuana has its own sets of challenges which, if not understood, make growing of this weed problematic. Many factors affect Marijuana growing specifically heat, light, humidity and watering all need to be fully understood before growing Marijuana indoors. Pesky bugs must be recognized and controlled before they damage your plants.
Outdoor or outside growing of Marijuana requires understanding of your climate specifically as it relates to daytime/nighttime temperatures, watering and bugs. Positioning of your Marijuana plant in your yard is also important to balance direct sunlight with shade as well as being discrete.
This book explains how to setup and maintain a healthy a growing environment without spending a fortune from start right through to harvesting of Marijuana
Whether growing Marijuana indoors or outdoors you need to be aware of the legal implications while the value of Marijuana is better understood by the legal authorities. Until then caution should be exercised in all forms of Marijuana growing whether for medical or recreational use or for the production of Hemp.
There are also risks and benefits involved with all forms of natural or artificial compounds, these need to be understood. This book clearly identifies what are the potential benefits balanced with the risks with using Marijuana.
This book explains it all; Don’t Grow Eat or Smoke Marijuana until you have read this book