Greetings. This is a pamphlet that I typed up from a handwritten copy that I received a couple years ago. I've just finished typing it in but there's still some proofreading to do. While there are still a few typos in here, I would like to post it to alt.drugs. With the anon server gone, I'm hesitant to do this however. Call me a coward or paranoid, but I just don't feel comfortable posting something like this with with my name on it. If you could, would you post this to alt.drugs for me? I don't want credit for it, but I think its a decent pamphlet worthy of posting, especially the section on lighting. Tell them its from an anonymous source or take credit yourself if you like, it's not important to me. Also, let me know what you think of the file, I honestly don't know how valid some of this information is. When typing it in I edited out a couple paragraphs of truly absurd advice so I'm sort of suspect about the rest of the file (but it sounds good at least). I also added the editor's note at the end.
Indoor Marijuana CultivationIntroduction: Growing marijuana indoors is fast becoming an American Pastime. The reasons are varied. With the increased interest and experimentation in house plant cultivation, it was inevitable that people would apply their knowledge of plant care to growing marijuana. Many of those who occasionally like to light up a joint may find it difficult to locate a source or are hesitant to deal with a perhaps unsavory element of society in procuring their grass. There is, of course, the criminal aspect of buying or selling grass; Growing marijuana is just as illegal as buying, selling, or smoking it, but growing is something you can do in the privacy of your own home without having to deal with someone you don't know or trust. The best reason for growing your own is the enjoyment you will get out of watching those tiny little seeds you picked out of you stash sprout and become some of the most lovely and lush of all house plants.
Anyone Can Do ItEven if you haven't had any prior experience with growing plants in you home, you can have a successful crop of marijuana by following the simple directions in this pamphlet. If you have had problems in the past with marijuana cultivation, you may find the solutions in the following chapters. Growing a marijuana plant involves four basic steps: 1. Get the seeds. If you don't already have some, you can ask you friends to save you seeds out of any good grass they may come across. You'll find that lots of people already have a seed collection of some sort and are willing to part with a few prime seeds in exchange for some of the finished product. 2. Germinate the seeds. You can simply drop a seed into moist soil, but by germinating the seeds first you can be sure that the seed will indeed produce a plant. To germinate seeds, place a group of them between about six moist paper towels, or in the pores of a moist sponge. Leave the towels or sponge moist but not soaking wet. Some seeds will germinate in 24 hours while others may take several days or even a week. 3. Plant the sprouts. As soon as a seed cracks open and begins to sprout, place it on some moist soil and sprinkle a little soil over the top of it. 4. Supply the plants with light. Flourescent lights are the best. Hang the lights with two inches of the soil and after the plants appear above the ground, continue to keep the lights with two inches of the plants. It is as easy as that. If you follow those four steps you will grow a marijuana plant. To ensure prime quality and the highest yield in the shortest time period, however, a few details are necessary.
Nota: No tengo absolutamente ni idea de quien ha escrito esto. Asi que si el autor desea que esta iformacion no sea difundida desde esta WEB, le pido que se ponga en contacto conmigo al E-Mail que aparece en la Home Page. Por cierto, esta página no está completa (falta muchísimo, 33Kb). Tranquilos, "botánicos", falta poco para fumar vuestra propia hierba gratuita...
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