Are you curious about growing your own cannabis? Here are some books we highly recommend; each one is currently available at Canna Relief’s storefront in Streetsville, Mississauga.
What’s Wrong with My Cannabis Plant? by David Deardorf and Kathryn Wadsworth ($39.99): this visual guide is a must-have for all cannabis growers! If you have problems with pests, see weird little specks on the leaves or the roots are distorted, this book is a reliable resource for troubleshooting. With an easy-to-read tone and precise photos, this is a handy aid for new and experienced growers.
Cannabis Harvest ($39.99) by Ed Rosenthal and David Downs: It’s harvest time! this book highlights tips on ripening, picking, processing with hand techniques, and drying and storing cannabis. With extensive research, the authors of cannabis Harvest highlight discussions with cultivators to unveil what we should know about growing cannabis.
Cannabis Cultivation: A Complete Grower’s Guide (3rd Edition) by Mel Thomas ($59.99): Don’t know how to start cultivating your own cannabis? This book contains key information about growing cannabis in both indoor and outdoor settings. Discover more about hydroponics, organic cultivation, harvesting, lighting, temperature, and troubleshooting tips.
This Bud’s for You by Ed Rosenthal ($39.99): If you’re interested in unlocking cannabis genetics or the intricacies of breeding strains, this book is for you. Learn about the future of growing cannabis and unique tips for growing various strains, such as Bubba OG, Peppermint Kush, Sour Chelumbian, and more.
Quick reminder: You must be 19+ to legally grow cannabis in Canada. According to the Government of Canada, “The Cannabis Act permits adults to cultivate up to 4 cannabis plants per household (not per person). Some provinces and territories have applied added restrictions on personal cultivation.” With that, we strongly urge you to consult your provincial rules and bylaws to grow within the legal limit.
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