Author(s): David C. Deardorff
What's Wrong with My Marijuana Plant? is the first problem-solving book for marijuana growers with an effective and easy-to-use visual diagnostic system pioneered by Deardorff and Wadsworth for identifying pest, disease, and environmental problems by symptom. What are those rusty spots on your leaves? What bug is eating your buds? Why are your sativa sprouts covered in fuzz? Find out fast AND learn how to fix it! This book contains all-organic solutions (vitally important to protect the health of medical marijuana users, as well as growers, recreational users, and the planet) plus best growing practices to avoid problems before they start. Written in easily understandable, non-technical language and heavily illustrated with precise photography to allow rapid and accurate diagnosis, this is an essential resource for beginning and experienced growers alike.
Praise for the authors' previous books: -This is one of the best books I've seen for guiding the gardener through the maze of maladies that can visit garden plants.- --Washington Post -An invaluable guide.- --Publishers Weekly -Attractive, comprehensive, authoritative, and easy-to-use.- --Library Journal -Beyond comprehensive yet straightforward....an essential resource.- --Booklist -The information is concise....The illustrations are clear, the remedies organic.- --New York Times -What impressed us most is that the authors take an entirely organic approach.- --Sunset magazine -An indispensable resource. If you can see it, you can fix it. Curing a sick plant just doesn't get any easier.- --Joe Lamp'l, nationally syndicated garden columnist and television host, PBS Growing a Greener World
DAVID DEARDORFF is a plant pathologist; his wife, KATHRYN WADSWORTH, is a writer and naturalist. Together, they have authored four gardening books. What's Wrong With My Plant? received the Silver Achievement award for best technical garden book from the Garden Writers of America and has been translated into French and Korean. They travel extensively to hold popular workshops and lectures across the country and are frequent guests on gardening radio and TV shows including Martha Stewart Living Radio, Joe Lamp'l's Growing a Greener World, Ken Druse's Real Dirt, and Ciscoe Morris's Gardening with Ciscoe.