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see more buds cfl grow guide!!!

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"Marijuana buds for less: 8 ounces's of bud for under 100$" by see more buds is a very good simplified day too day grow journal in the book it shows you how someone could get 8 ounces of bud growing one mango plant and two blue dot clones. the book is set up in a way where any new grower could collow it with ease. it shows you how the plant develops from day to day. it tell for me to get a feel o you al the eqipment he uses the lighting the light soil etc... i find as a beginner my self this book was very usefully and should be a staple for any beginner or anyone whos interested to see what kinda results they would get using cfl's in there closet.

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Great little book, clear conscise ideal for the hobby grower. comes highly recommended.

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