CANNABIS CATECHISM: Promoting the Responsible Consumption of the Cannabis Plant / Gift Book Edition
by MR CANNABISrc / MCrc CANNABIS CATECHISM Handbook by Angi Perretti, Author / Publisher / Creator
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About this product
The Grow Planner is a first-of-its-kind weekly/monthly planner style journal designed specifically for home cannabis cultivation. Ideal for growers who wish to plan out their garden, rotation, feeding schedule in a clear and simple manor and track their progress with an intuitive weekly entry look. This journal can help easily track each phase of the growing cycle and allows you to quickly notate the most important daily & weekly info for your growing space. Learn from past grows, repeat your successes and avoid your failures. Every space, grower and strain is different. Let the Grow Planner help you document what is unique & important to you. Know your grow. - Templated weekly entry pages for 20+ weeks - Monthly and Annual calendar views - Blank feeding schedule for you to enter your own routine - Garden planning pages to sketch out new designs - Harvest note pages, tasting pages and supply cost sheets - Quick reference charts and helpful diagrams - Acid-free, chlorine-free, responsibly milled paper - Cream colored pages is easier on the eyes and more visible under HID light - Discrete recycled matte finished cover with gold emblem - A5 size - 5.8" x 8.3" - Designed in Ohio
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on January 1st, 2019
Very happy with this now that I've found it! I've tried two others, which were not nearly as good of quality or layout. Goldleaf seems to be really good at content, workflow and thinking through the best user experiences. Much better than my Green Notes grow notes. I'm on my second journal and I'm just loving it. Highly recommend for any small-time grower!
on May 3rd, 2017
Got mine from Etsy store. The company is incredibly friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. I had a few questions regarding the contents of the journal, and how best to use it for my setup and they were very responsive and went out of their way to help. This journal has been great though-- I LOVE the feeding schedule page, annual calendar, and weekly entry points. I don't fill it out EVERY day, but the full spread dedicated to a week lets me put down overall notes for the week without feeling like I'm a lazy fool by missing days. I didn't use the 'terms' sheet in the back-- but i can see how it could be helpful to a newbie. Same with the garden planner pages (created to help you sketch out new grow space designs). I've got my system, and it purrs like a kitten. Anywho, very much enjoy this guided approach to note taking and I'll be buying more of these.
on April 25th, 2017
Got one of these for my b-day from my wife, and it is changing my life! I absolutely love it. It is a guided planner for hobbyist and home growers. I think it would work for smaller commercial operations too, but probably not big ones (those folks probably have clipboards and such!). It is informative and pretty fun to fill out. There is a killer feeding schedule (that you fill in), monthly cals, and annual cal (which is about my favorite page since it gives me a macro look at my harvest dates and weeks of flowering), weekly entry pages which is the bulk of the book and a bunch of charts and reference pages. The weekly pages have coloring book style checkboxes for common stuff like foliar feeding, watering, IPM treatment, etc. I'm almost done with my first journal-- they are designed to be one per grow so that you can have a clean start / stop frame of reference. This seemed pretty obvious by the description, but I did see the other reviewer seemed to miss this. I do agree with him/her that the 'garden planner' section was a little limiting. It worked great for me-- I have a small setup that I was finishing building, but for most people, they are probably past that so they might not need it. But in my experience with daily / weekly planners-- you seldom use EVERY page... if you DO want to use it, it is a pretty cool layout. Beyond that-- I thought the quality was akin to Moleskin's Cashier style books, maybe slightly better. This isn't anything like a traditional moleskin-- those are hardbound, this is soft. The paper weight actually seems a little heavier than moleskin too... not that that should be the benchmark, but there you have it.