Item description for The Good Bud Guide by Albie...
It's surely a sign of the (high) times that marijuana is becoming increasingly visible and increasingly respectable, easily surviving every effort by the federal government and the bluenoses to suppress it. As well, ganja fans have become more discriminating, no longer willing to settle for the flavorless street bud or the insecticide-soaked leaf. Catering to this new sophistication, The Good Bud Guide offers the reader the most relevant details of the heavenly bud in a concise, easy-to-use format. Designed like a guide to fine wines, this handy book features a wide range of strains, each accompanied by an educated evaluation of its aroma, taste, and effect; high-quality glossy images; and precise growing information to help discerning enthusiasts identify the best-bred bud and perhaps even grow their own. Chapters on grow-room tips, humidity, cuttings, hash-making, and basic and high-tech paraphernalia round out the experience, making this the most comprehensive strain guide every produced.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 8, 2005
Publisher Green Candy Press
ISBN 1931160341 ISBN13 9781931160346
Reviews - What do customers think about The Good Bud Guide?
Snore fest. Apr 24, 2006
I was hoping for a great new coffee table book, but "Cannabible" this is NOT. Apparently Albie has a limited vocabulary. His reports are seriously boring and hard to read or follow. He supposedly spent some time in "The Dam" and thinks he's still in Europe with his metric measuring of plant heights etc. He supposedly, too, lives in San Francisco. Then why the metric measurements? There may be some or most of the blame placed at the feet of the editor. If you can possibly view this book prior to purchase, do it. Then decide if you want to waste your money. Then go buy the Cannabibles or Big Book of Buds series instead.
I have to give some credit for the photography...excellent! But I swear the close-ups and bud shots don't match the actual variety, and I think they used the same bud for close-ups multiple times. Even though the pictures are pretty, the text stinks.