CLONING MADE EASY
Many growers remain mystified by cloning and find it difficult to master the art of propagating many plants from one mother. Danny Danko explains the key factors that allow any marijuana farmer to root cuttings over and over with ease.
STRAINS OF MAINE
Story by Danny Danko Photos by Brian Jahn
Maine’s medical-marijuana growers face government regulations and new rules for an evolving cannabis-dispensary system fraught with both promise and peril.
OPTIMIZE YOUR GROWING ENVIRONMENT
Story & photos by Erik Biksa
Canadian growers have been developing a variety of means to maximize cannabis potency and quality through environmental and nutrient-management practices.
TOP 10 STRAINS OF 2010
Danny Danko unveils HIGH TIMES’ choices for the most potent and finest-tasting pot varieties in the world—our annual, highly esteemed list of the award-winning ganja genetics available for true cannabis connoisseurs and weed aficionados.
OUTDOOR GUERILLA GROW
By Nico Escondido
Time to head outside and find your secret spot, get your ground ready – and, of course, make sure no one else can find it. Here’s the how-to on creating, maintaining and, most importantly, keeping an outdoor guerrilla grow.
GROW LEGAL POT*
The War on Weed is over, somewhat, in some ways, for some of us, in some of the country – so how do you grow Cannabis sativa without breaking the law?
Making professional-quality hashish requires in-depth understanding of its true essence. In this excerpt of the updated, second edition of Robert Connell Clarke’s world-renowned book, HASHISH! you’ll gain knowledge second to none—and hopefully, produce some sweet hash of your own.
Story and photos by Erik Biksa
Finding the right links to heightened plant performance.
THE MYSTERY OF LEMON
By Callum Francis
Discovering the origins of the legendary pot strain Lemon Skunk.
HOW GREEN IS YOUR GRASS?
By David Bienenstock
Cannabis cultivation should honor Mother Earth, but the War on Marijuana turns farmers into criminals and leaves the
environment caught in the crossfire.