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Comment: Trade paperback staple binding, Agrarian Reform Society 1970, 1st edition revised. Edge wear, corners rubbed, front cover and first few pages stained, pen marking on first page. Small tears to binding on top and bottom of spine. Soiling to covers, still bright. Still a complete, serviceable copy.
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Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana 1ST Edition Rev Pamphlet – 1970

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  • Pamphlet
  • Publisher: AGRARIAN REFORM COMPANY (1970)
  • ASIN: B000Q0WM5U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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By Michael Wolf Segal on February 24, 2010
This book was the first book written in English, in modern times, about growing Cannabis for use as a social intoxicant. Drake's revelation of the traditional removal of male plants to maximize production of female flower-tops took homegrown from being mostly what was smoked by those who couldn't find some good Mexican reefer to a commodity that today is, literally, worth its weight in gold on the black market. What is most amazing about this book is how very useful it remains, even after forty years. I do not hesitate to recommend it as one of the six indispensable books on growing marijuana.
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