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The Big Book of Buds

More Marijuana Varieties from the World's Great Seed Breeders

The Big Book of Buds by Ed Rosenthal
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The fourth volume of the Guru of Ganja’s Big Book of Buds series is here with all new varieties from the world’s greatest seed breeders. It is both an eye-catching coffee table book and the most informative, up-to-date variety resource guide available. The Big Book of Buds Volume 4 provides information for connoisseurs and gardeners alike: descriptions of appearance, cultivation preferences, range of highs, and medicinal qualities. Spanish and California strains are included for the first time, offering more outdoor selections to gardeners in southern climates. Exciting new award-winning varieties from Dutch and Canadian seed companies provide even more choices for everyone. With valuable gardening tips and insightful reflections on the role of marijuana as a social unifier and catalyst, this is the book for marijuana lovers and cannabis converts that are coming out of the closet.
Quick Trading Company; December 2010
240 pages; ISBN 9781936807031
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Title: The Big Book of Buds
Author: Ed Rosenthal
 
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