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Dank: the Quest for the Very Best Marijuana: A Breeder's Tale

Subcool

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ISBN 10: 0932551890 / ISBN 13: 9780932551894
Published by Quick American Archives
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Dank: the Quest for the Very Best Marijuana:...

Publisher: Quick American Archives

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Very Good

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Based on the author's 20 years of passionate selection and experience, Dank: The Very Best Marijuana is the story of one breeder's quest for pot perfection. Author Subcool, both a talented photographer and a well-known breeding whiz, describes each step of his journey toward ganja heaven: raising each strain, mixing and matching traits, and ultimately choosing the offspring that will advance to become the newest pinnacle in pot — the newest dank. Revealing his thought processes as he assesses the traits that will go forward, Subcool provides an intimate portrait of each variety's personality. Beautifully lit photos and full-color spreads accompany these complete descriptions of over 35 varieties, with detailed profiles of each strain's aroma, taste, and high, as well as how it grows, and what it looks like. Useful appendices feature full genetic trees of each strain discussed.

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