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Growing AutoFlowers Book

Growing AutoFlowers CoverWe are very pleased to announce the publication of our newest book, Growing AutoFlowers. As more and more states approve medical marijuana and a few have approved recreational marijuana, there are more people who are learning to grow. More people are starting to grow AutoFlowers indoors. AutoFlowers get their name from the fact that you don’t alter lighting schedules to force them to flower.

Many people are gravitating towards AutoFlowers because they can be easier to grow. You can keep all of your plants together, including the ones that are in vegetative and the ones that are in flowering. Auto flowers tend to be smaller than their Indica and Sativa counterparts, so they can grow in smaller spaces. You don’t have to transplant them, crop or top them, or clone them.

AutoFlowers are a unique type of cannabis. The rules for growing AutoFlowers are quite different in many instances than the rules for growing a Sativa or Indica strain.

Growing AutoFlowers covers everything you need to know from the types of parts you need to use two types of lighting needed to how much fertilizer and when. It tells you how to supplement with CO2, how to generate your own seeds, how to calculate your lighting needs and how to setup your grow room space.

Harvesting, trimming, drying, and curing are also covered. You’ll learn how to control odor, and how to deal with nutrient deficiencies, pests and pathogens. There are also chapters on grow room safety how to build your own dehumidifier, light hoods, and other items needed to grow. There is sound advice on how to stay under the radar with your grow, as well.

Growing AutoFlowers is available in paperback on Amazon or you can ask your local bookstore to order it for you.  It will soon be available on Kindle, as well.

Professor Grow recognizes that many people are on very tight budgets and gives advice on how to grow as inexpensively as possible.

This book will help you grow your AutoFlower strains with ease. It covers:

  • Grow Room Planning and Set Up
  • Grow Room Safety
  • Lighting
  • Water and Fertilizer Schedules
  • Nutrient Deficiencies
  • Pests and Pathogens
  • Harvesting And Curing
  • Odor Control
  • Unique Characteristics of AutoFlowers
  • Money Saving Tips on Every Aspect of Growing
  • And much more!