Here are some grow books for newbies and experts

Hackerman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 18, 2014
Messages
3,029
Reaction score
272
Had these for a long time. I think the pics have been removed which sux but it's why the files are so small.

Nice reference.

Always remember (especially newbs) that much of the info in these books can be outdated or simply no more than 1 person's opinion. Some of it is straight fact. You need to take all this info with a grain of salt and use it only as a starting point for learning.

I also found a few videos but they are too large to upload here.

View attachment Marijuana Botany.pdf

View attachment Rockwool - The Book.pdf

View attachment The Cannabis Grow Bible.pdf

View attachment The Emperor Wears No Clothes.pdf

View attachment The Home Cannabis Creator.pdf

View attachment The Joys Of A Herb Garden At Home.pdf

View attachment The Marijuana Grower's Guide.pdf

View attachment The Marijuana Grower's Handbook.pdf
 
Last edited by a moderator:

Hushpuppy

Dr MadBud
Joined
Mar 27, 2011
Messages
6,441
Reaction score
293
I think it is certainly worth reading books like these as they can give you a good foundation of information. The key is to take that information and test it out by comparing it to others' experience and knowledge. As you say some of it is factual, some of it is opinion, and in some books I have actually seen where the author contradicts their self in something that they had said earlier. If you are an analytical minded person, Clark's Marijuana Botany is the Gospel from which all else is derived. :)
 

Hackerman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 18, 2014
Messages
3,029
Reaction score
272
I think it is certainly worth reading books like these as they can give you a good foundation of information. The key is to take that information and test it out by comparing it to others' experience and knowledge. As you say some of it is factual, some of it is opinion, and in some books I have actually seen where the author contradicts their self in something that they had said earlier. If you are an analytical minded person, Clark's Marijuana Botany is the Gospel from which all else is derived. :)
Based on what I have read so far, the Marijuana Chemistry by Starks is right there with Clark's Botany.

Like we both said, most of it needs to be taken with a grain of salt.
 
Joined
Aug 22, 2006
Messages
19,438
Reaction score
8,304
A lot of these were written quite a while ago also. Things do change. But for basic info for beginners, I think that Greg Green AND Rosenthal ARE WORTH READING. I HAVE NOT READ THE OTHERS, BUT WILL GET TO THE,. tHANKS, hACKERMAN.

Who in the @#$% thought it was a good idea to put the caps lock where they did? This is the stupidest most useless key on the keyboard and it is right there for you to accidently hit all the time. Hackerman--you are the computer whiz kid--is there any way to disable the CAPS LOCK key?
 

Hackerman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 18, 2014
Messages
3,029
Reaction score
272
Actually, there are quite a few ways.

Are you comfortable editing the Windows Registry file? If so, you can do it there.

There are also memory resident applications that will re-map your keyboard. Any one of those would be able to turn if off permanently.

There is also the "caveman" method...... pry the key off and throw it away. LMAO

It is kind of a PITA for people like me who can't type without looking at the keyboard. By the time you know the caplock is on, you typed 2 sentences. LMAO

I took the caveman approach. I pried it off and set it back in place. Now, it looks like it's there but it doesn't work. If I ever really do need it, I just press down real hard and snap it into place. I tried hitting it "by accident" and it didn't lock.

Let me know which method you want to do and I'll walk you through it.
 
Joined
Aug 22, 2006
Messages
19,438
Reaction score
8,304
Thanks Hackerman. I type pretty fast, but I look at the keyboard, too. I will try the caveman method or wait until my Whiz Kid son is visiting....to [email protected]#$ with that. I am prying that baby off. I'll PM you or something when I get ready to do it. I have a couple of friends coming over to watch a college football game at 10 (12:00 ET) and am going to put together a brunch for half-time. So no time now. Thanks--that key makes me crazy. And I cannot imagine ever needing it--I hate to have to shout.
 

Hushpuppy

Dr MadBud
Joined
Mar 27, 2011
Messages
6,441
Reaction score
293
I thought I was the only one who did that. :D You may have noticed iff you read my stuff that my fffffricken ffff key sticks sometimes. But it only sticks when I'm not looking for it to stick. I can try to make it stick and it won't. I think its fffffing with me. :eek:
 

Hackerman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 18, 2014
Messages
3,029
Reaction score
272
A little ISO alcohol on that ffffff key might help.
 

EpicEndo

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 16, 2008
Messages
54
Reaction score
41
I thought I was the only one who did that. :D You may have noticed iff you read my stuff that my fffffricken ffff key sticks sometimes. But it only sticks when I'm not looking for it to stick. I can try to make it stick and it won't. I think its fffffing with me. :eek:
HAha! definitely ffffing with you, and takes a little giggle afterwards. :)
 

EpicEndo

Well-Known Member
Joined
Apr 16, 2008
Messages
54
Reaction score
41
Had these for a long time. I think the pics have been removed which sux but it's why the files are so small.

Nice reference.

Always remember (especially newbs) that much of the info in these books can be outdated or simply no more than 1 person's opinion. Some of it is straight fact. You need to take all this info with a grain of salt and use it only as a starting point for learning.

I also found a few videos but they are too large to upload here.
They may be outdated and less influential than post 2010 master growers books, but for those of us who have time and want to feed the knowledge machine upstairs, these are going to be great! I'm looking forward to some of these! Thanks Hackerman!!
 

JenM

Member
Joined
Oct 21, 2014
Messages
9
Reaction score
0
I just what to share this site.This is best for beginners.And this website offer 10 minutes of free marijuana consultation. check it here http://WEJUSTWANTYOURMONEY

So if you have questions about your marijuana clone? Call now.

***Post edited by THG***
 

CannabisKidPot420

Genetically you are here but so is marijuana
Joined
Aug 10, 2019
Messages
158
Reaction score
28
Location
Henrico, Virginia Botany Labs Inc.
I think it is certainly worth reading books like these as they can give you a good foundation of information. The key is to take that information and test it out by comparing it to others' experience and knowledge. As you say some of it is factual, some of it is opinion, and in some books I have actually seen where the author contradicts their self in something that they had said earlier. If you are an analytical minded person, Clark's Marijuana Botany is the Gospel from which all else is derived. :)
Well his books are okay but not no where far as advanced as me when it comes to marijuana botany!.

Here check out my work!.
https://www.marijuanapassion.com/threads/marijuana-biotechnology-for-newbies.76627/
 

CannabisKidPot420

Genetically you are here but so is marijuana
Joined
Aug 10, 2019
Messages
158
Reaction score
28
Location
Henrico, Virginia Botany Labs Inc.
A lot of these were written quite a while ago also. Things do change. But for basic info for beginners, I think that Greg Green AND Rosenthal ARE WORTH READING. I HAVE NOT READ THE OTHERS, BUT WILL GET TO THE,. tHANKS, hACKERMAN.

Who in the @#$% thought it was a good idea to put the caps lock where they did? This is the stupidest most useless key on the keyboard and it is right there for you to accidently hit all the time. Hackerman--you are the computer whiz kid--is there any way to disable the CAPS LOCK key?
I totally agree with you THG,
My favorite by far is rosenthal
I love watching his live Youtube channel online. He's actually how I first started out in the very beginning many years ago!.
 

onionhead

Beantown, raised ☘☘
Joined
Jan 17, 2019
Messages
14
Reaction score
14
Location
cape cod Ma.
I think reading anything, books, internet whatever it may be is the best way to gain knowledge of things you may in interested in a long with hands on . I am new to growing and appreciate the book downloads I definitely will be reading them . Thank you very much
 

Latest posts

Top