The Marijuana Bible

What Exactly is the Marijuana Bible?

This guy named Robert Bergman is a marijuana growing enthusiast who spent the last 30 years learning everything there is to know about growing marijuana.

Robert wanted to share his knowledge of growing weed and he had a lot of experience with every issue imaginable:

  • How to best care for your plants based on their strain
  • Security issues
  • Getting quality seeds
  • Harvesting the right way to get the most from your yield
  • And selling it

In 2012, Robert and some friends created I Love Growing Marijuana (ILGM). It was a place where they could share in-depth details on everything people needed to know to grow marijuana crops that produced better bud and bigger yields.

Why? Simple. They love growing marijuana. That’s why Robert made the process as easy as possible.

The goal is to help you grow the bud you want and enjoy the results of being an expert grower, even if you have no experience growing!

Hence, the Marijuana Bible!

How do I get it?

Easy! Click Here – or click the graphic below! You will need to give them your email address. You’ll receive an email almost immediately with a link to download the PDF.

You can unsubscribe from their emails very easily; a link at the bottom of the email. But, if you’re like me, I’m happy to continue getting free advice!

What’s in it?

Just about everything you need to know for how to easily grow marijuana. Here’s an overview of the Table of Contents of this 73-page Grow Bible:

Types of Marijuana
Marijuana Seeds
Growing Marijuana
Indoor Growing
Germination Soil
Light Cycle and Distance from Plants
Indoor Vegetative Growth
Vegetative Growth Techniques
Water and Lighting
Soil Control
Nutrients and Feeding
Other Environmental Factors
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Determining the Sex
How to Force Flowering
Indoor Problems and Pests
Eliminating Pests
A Few Notes about Indoor Security
Outdoor Growing
Sowing the Seeds
Temperature, Weather, and Air
Outdoor Flowering
Pests, Predators, and Other Problems
Companion Planting
Natural Predators
Other Repellent Methods
Some Notes about Outdoor Security
Post-Harvest Activities