Ed Rosenthal's Grower's Handbook

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Ed Rosenthal is recognized as the leading expert on flower cultivation. His books have cumulatively sold over 1 million copies. The New York Times has described him as "the pothead's answer to Ann Landers, Judge Judy, Martha Stewart and the Burpee Garden Wizard all in one."
Commercial flower cultivation is now legal in 45 states and the District of Columbia. Canada and over 40 other countries allow cultivation.
Much has changed in flower cultivation when it comes to efficiency and environmental sustainability. Covering the newest advancements in horticulture, this book will change the way people grow.
The techniques in this book apply to the full range of garden setups, including indoor, greenhouse, and outdoor setups for personal as well as commercial cultivation.
A wide variety of farming methods are explained: hydroponics, aquaponics, permaculture, regenerative farming, Korean Natural Farming, biodynamics, automation, and designing gardens for compliance with California's first-of-its kind C/bis appellations of origin program.
Some of the biggest names in the flower industry collaborated with Ed on this book. Tommy Chong contributed the Foreword. Steve DeAngelo wrote the Preface. Many well-known c/abis researchers and academics, such as Gregory Gerdeman, PhD, and Dale Hunt, PhD, contributed their expertise.
Ed Rosenthal's Grower's Handbook has sold over 300,000 copies: more than 85,000 copies sold of the first edition (1998); more than 180,000 copies of the 2010 edition have been sold around the world.
Grower's Handbook (2010) is already in use as a textbook on c/bis horticulture. C/bis Grower's Handbook is the perfect textbook for the increasing number of universities now offering coursework on flower horticulture.

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