How to grow pot and avoid being busted

Marijuana cultivation guru Ed Rosenthal has just released a pair of books to guide pot-people through the intricacies of growing pot, and dealing with pot-laws in the US.
Ask Ed: Marijuana Law

Ask Ed: Marijuana Law, which is subtitled Don’t Get Busted, provides essential and practical information on avoiding marijuana arrests, and what to do if an arrest happens.

There are several previously published books about American marijuana law, but Rosenthal’s tome is the most up-to-date and the most utilitarian. Instead of getting bogged down in arcane legal arguments, Rosenthal’s book is a safety manual that will save the lives of people and plants.

Marijuana Law includes the latest information about America’s confusing mix of state medical pot laws, some of which have been modified by cities and counties within states that have legalized med-pot use and cultivation.

Marijuana Law also provides detailed, disconcerting information about how police lie, cheat, and use coercion as they try to bust pot people. Readers will learn to avoid the mistakes that lead to arrest and conviction.

Some of this book’s most useful and interesting sections deal with what to do if police contact you, how to choose a lawyer, arrest/bail procedures, and constitutional rights. A lengthy chapter on drug testing helps readers prepare for and defeat this invasive search, while the extensive Appendix provides functional information about judicial penalties, pot reform organizations, Internet resources, and how to find medical marijuana providers and physicians.

Buy several copies of this book, and give them as presents to anybody involved with marijuana, especially those who grow it. The life you save could be your own!

Easy Marijuana Gardening

Easy Marijuana Gardening is a visually appealling and easy-to-understand guide to growing personal quantities of pot indoors. Rosenthal has distilled the basic information to run a successful hobby pot-garden into a handy little guide with many helpful graphics.

Those seeking in-depth analysis of cannabis botany and breeding should look elsewhere, but for the new grower with an itch to start a few plants in the closet, this is an invaluable book. It also features some mouth-watering photos collected from the archives of Rosenthal’s years of bud photography.

The 75-page volume presents the basics on equipment, seeds, organics, hydroponics, insects, harvesting, cloning, and everything else needed to start, maintain and upgrade your garden. It is clearly written, and the information is explained simply and concisely.

? Both books are published by QuickTrading: