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The Big Book of Buds series is the most respected guide to marijuana strains. Now Ed Rosenthal selects the very best from these four volumes95 varieties from 26 seed companies for his Big Book of Buds Greatest Hits. All strains chosen are recognized worldwide for their contribution to the diversity of an amazing plant.
Pulled from the dizzying array of over 400 strains, here are the varieties that continue to be planted crop after crop. These greatest hits range from true Kushes to Skunks, Diesels, Citrus and Sour selections. They are the quintessential strains that laid the foundation for a new era of legal marijuana.
Big Book of Buds Greatest Hits will help you to choose and identify the strains that work best for different tastes and growing situations. Consumers will find information about the sensory qualities, the aroma and the high. For gardeners and breeders every strain review covers cultivation preferences, yield, and genetic parentage. Stunning close-up photographs put you right into the garden.
This overview of award-winning marijuana strains includes timeless information for both growers and connoisseurs.
Ed Rosenthal is the world’s leading expert on the cultivation of marijuana. In his more than forty years as the guru of ganja,” he has written or edited more than a dozen books about marijuana cultivation and social policy that cumulatively have sold over two million copies. His Ask Ed”® marijuana advice column ran in High Times for several decades and still appears internationally. One of his books on marijuana cultivation is the only book of its type to be reviewed by The New York Times.
He is also on the faculty of Oaksterdam University, the leading trade school for the cannabis industry. His classes teach pupils how different techniques can be used to improve the yield and efficiency of their gardens. Beyond the garden, Rosenthal views marijuana law as a crucial social issue and has been active in promoting and developing policies of civil regulation. He lives in Oakland, CA.