Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug (19.8 million past-month users) according to the 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). As the nation takes a softer stance on marijuana, more Americans are using the drug. Marijuana use has increased steadily over the past five years. Among the 22 million Americans who need treatment for substance use disorders, only about 2 million - one in 10 - receive it at a specialty facility. Access to marijuana for those needing treatment is still very limited. So, whether you want to grow marijuana for personal or commercial purpose, you have come to the right place. I have created a 10 step process for you to follow in setting up your garden. This really is for those wanting to start any kind of garden, so if you choose a flower garden, or a vegetable garden on the side of your recreational garden you will already know the basics. We will discuss the location of your garden, the benefits and uses for an indoor greenhouse and even how to set up a legal dispensary if you decide that is the route you want to go.
Creating a beautiful outdoor space in under an hour a week. You can create a stunning garden that is quick to establish, and can be maintained in under an hour a week. It includes practical advice on using time-saving equipment and techniques for maximum effort in minimum time. It features inspiration for five easy-care gardens to suit your taste in design. It includes a useful chart of simple-to-grow plants, showing their individual cultivation requirements. It is perfect for every weekend gardener who wants to spend time enjoying their garden rather than working on it. Sections include easy garden maintenance, easy-care gardens, low-maintenance landscaping, low-maintenance plants, ideas for special features, easy-care plants and the common names of plants. If you long for a beautiful garden but have limited time to create and care for one, here is a quick and handy guide that will show you how to create the garden of your dreams with minimum effort. The book explains how careful planning, design and planting will ensure trouble-free gardening in the future and gives lots of useful information on the best equipment and techniques. There are recommendations for easy plants that require very little aftercare, as well as inspiration for five garden styles, and shortcuts to create usually time-consuming special features. With its wealth of invaluable advice, this is the ideal sourcebook for the time-pressed garden lover.
A detailed book on organic gardening has the potential to guide you into a healthy and healing lifestyle. It's important to learn how to make your own compost to use as earthworm-friendly mulch. Inviting the worms to work overtime as free cultivators ensures that they leave behind their castings as free fertilizer. Organic means nutrient-dense, super-foods on your family table.