The Cultivators Handbook Of Natural Tobacco

Author: Bill Drake
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781451514643
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The Cultivators Handbook Of Natural Tobacco from the Author: Bill Drake. Native Americans believe that Tobacco is one of the most sacred gifts of the Great Spirit to his People, along with corn, beans and squash. I also believe that tobacco is a great gift of the great spirit of the natural world, and I want people who enjoy tobacco to be able to liberate themselves from the thrall of the multinational so-called "Tobacco companies," whose products really have nothing to do with the sacred herb and are nothing more than industrialized poison. Now I'm sharing my years of experience raising natural Tobacco in what I hope is a useful, interesting and thoughtful book - The Cultivators Handbook of Natural Tobacco. As I hope you'll come to see, the ultimate aim of this book is to make it possible for smokers to no longer be enslaved to criminal corporations for their personal supply of pure, natural tobaccos. In addition to sharing my own growing experience, I've reached far into the past to find tobacco growing books written by masters of the subject, from Cuba to the Philippines, from America to Brazil. In an all-new Section Two I've gathered together the best advice from these old-time masters regarding every aspect of Tobacco cultivation, from which varieties grow best in which soils and environments, to the carefully guarded secrets of curing and flavoring the primo leaves of this unusual plant. Also, I'll give you an internet address where you can download all of these original, invaluable tobacco resources for free in PDF format for easy reading on your computer or any reading device.

The International Cultivators Handbook

Author: William Daniel Drake, Jr.
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781453816295
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The International Cultivators Handbook from the Author: William Daniel Drake, Jr.. (From the original Rolling Stone review in 1974) Hundreds of thousands of people have become experts in the most joyful of horticultural pursuits thanks to Bill Drake's classic and indispensible "Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana." Chances are that no matter who is growing it or where they are growing it, Bill Drake not only told them how - but told them why they should go to the bother. And, if that wasn't enough, he made the same vast audience sophisticated in Cannabis lore through that dazzling compendium of knowledge - the first and still the best coffeetable dope book - "The Connoisseur's Handbook of Marjiuana." Now with the International Cultivators Handbook, the seeds are flung much much further in both time and space. Drawing from his great respect for the ancient traditions surrounding these three great therapeutic medicinal plants, Bill Drake offers the reader broad, bold insights into worldwide traditional cultivation practices and medicinal uses of Coca, Opium and Hashish that they will find nowhere else.

Cultivator S Handbook Of Marijuana

Author: Drake
Publisher: Ronin Publishing
ISBN: 9780914171539
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Cultivator S Handbook Of Marijuana from the Author: Drake. This revised and updated edition of the classic Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana had complete information on growing marijuana indoors and out. Full of examples, fantastic illustrations and horticultural knowledge. Drake is a leading authority on marijuana cultivation. His book Cultivators Handbook of Marijuana includes information on the marijuana plant, marijuana and land, working with young plants, marijuana and light, harvesting and curing, making a good plant better, cultivation of psychoactive tobacco, and cultivation awareness.

The Heirloom Tobacco Garden

Author: Timothy A. James
ISBN: 9781436325073
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The Heirloom Tobacco Garden from the Author: Timothy A. James. If you only want to grow ornamental varieties of tobacco with huge showy leaves and dramatic sprays of colorful flowers as landscape plants around the house, or as container specimens for casual conversation around the barbeque, you won't need this book. The tobacco plant is as easy to grow as tomatoes or green peppers. Once it gets started, it grows with very basic care and attention. If you are not a tobacco smoker, or do not use any tobacco products, this book is not for you. However, if you are a tobacco smoker, or use other tobacco products, if you want to know how to grow natural tobacco and harvest it in such a way that it produces fine high quality tobacco leaf, and if you want to know how to dry and cure it properly for smoking or other uses, then this book is for you! If you don't smoke or otherwise use tobacco products, the joys of heirloom tobacco gardening need not be a reason for you to start. It is for those of us already bound to this deadly plant of the nightshade family to take responsibility for its cultivation. The home tobacco gardener joins ranks with a long diverse history of growers from ancient tobacco shamans to contemporary rural tobacco farmers. The heirloom tobacco garden is a valued tradition just as useful and rewarding for tobacco users today as it has been for ages. My first crop of home grown tobacco was an experiment. I had started smoking a pipe, to break the cigarette habit, and found pipe tobaccos much more flavorful and satisfying, and even less expensive than generic cigarettes. At some point I thought, wouldn't it be great to grow my own natural tobacco and have plenty of good quality leaf to smoke and never have to pay for it again. I looked into it further, found out more about how to do it, and that it is perfectly legal in the USA to grow up to 1/10th an acre per household for personal use, tax free! So, with basic gardening knowledge, I grew a small tobacco garden in containers on my backyard terrace. While it grew, I researched into how to grow and process tobacco, and how to cure it for smoking. I learned many things from that first tobacco garden, as I fought the caterpillars for the first crop, and finally harvested a surprising amount of leaf. After curing, I allowed it to age for a couple of anxious months before the first smoke. The first smoke was a little harsh, but the aroma and flavor was so fresh and rich. I have literally never smoked anything like it before. Several of my smoking friends agreed - it was the best tobacco they had ever smoked! Tobacco mellows with age, and the flavor and aroma just gets richer and smoother and more satisfying. I grew other crops of different varieties of tobacco, and gradually over the years learned much more by further research and experience. Now, my smoking friends wait anxiously with me for a sample of the next crop from my tobacco garden. It is an indescribable experience to discover different varieties of unblended tobacco have their own distinctive taste and aroma. This is the heirloom tobacco garden. By growing my own natural tobacco, I not only dramatically improved the quality of tobacco I smoked, but eventually even changed how and why I smoke. Natural tobacco grown in the home garden is incomparable to commercial tobacco. It is richer in flavor and packs a much more powerful punch. A much smaller amount of natural tobacco is enjoyed much more over a longer period of time. Heirloom tobacco from the home garden is without a doubt the best quality natural tobacco anywhere in the world. Tobacco is not a particularly difficult plant to grow. Across the world and over the ages, tobacco was grown traditionally on farms and in family gardens. It was cultivated by Native American Indians for centuries before colonialists in North America grew so much of it that it became one of their first commodities exported to Europe. The historical record notes that tobacco from the colonies became preferred in Eur

Cultural Dimensions Of Expatriate Life In South Korea

Author: Bill Drake
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781453834282
Size: 78.82 MB
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Cultural Dimensions Of Expatriate Life In South Korea from the Author: Bill Drake. "Cultural Dimensions - Korea" was written for the dedicated traveler, professional or business person, and serious expatriate who wants to hit the ground running in this complex cultural environment. This is not a book about manners and etiquette - rather, it focuses on what any foreigner needs to know about how their own cultural values and perspectives are likely to interact with the values and perspectives of their Korean counterparts, co-workers, and friends. Mastering the contents of this book will propel you a long way toward the goal of being able to integrate yourself as seamlessly as possible into the social and business life of South Korea. Tim Leffel, a well-known travel writer has this to say about 'Cultural Dimensions - Korea" "I checked this one out first because I spent 14 months there as an English teacher in the late 1990s. To say it was a struggle sometimes from a cultural standpoint is putting it mildly. Some expats couldn't deal at all and they bailed out. Others coped by doing nothing but working and hanging out in expat bars, avoiding contact with most locals. Others just got bitter and were a royal pain to be around. The easiest course is to go with the flow, and this guide has plenty of advice on how to do that. I found the information throughout to be spot-on and consistent with my experiences there. I wish I'd had this in hand before I moved there and started working." http: //

How To Grow Your Own Tobacco

Author: Ray French
Publisher: Cool Springs Press
ISBN: 9781591864882
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How To Grow Your Own Tobacco from the Author: Ray French. How to Grow Your Own Tobacco covers everything you need to know to plant, harvest, and cure your own tobacco including troubleshooting for pests and diseases. Author and horticulturist Ray French summarizes the history of growing tobacco and then explains how age-old growing practices have now become a part of the easy, sustainable, organic methods for the home gardener. Ray also includes information on varieties and grades of tobacco, seed starting techniques, and suggestions for growing in the ground or in containers, all in this handy guide.

Books In Print

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Books In Print from the Author: . Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

The Mushroom Cultivator

Author: Paul Stamets
ISBN: 9780961079802
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The Mushroom Cultivator from the Author: Paul Stamets. ... The best source of information on growing mushrooms at home (back cover.).

Opium For The Masses

Author: Jim Hogshire
Publisher: Feral House
ISBN: 1936239019
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Opium For The Masses from the Author: Jim Hogshire. "Contrary to general belief, there is no federal law against growing P. somniferum."—Martha Stewart Living "Regarded as 'God's own medicine,' preparations of opium were as common in the Victorian medicine cabinet as aspirin is in ours. As late as 1915, pamphlets issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture were still mentioning opium poppies as a good cash crop for northern farmers. Well into this century, Russian, Greek, and Arab immigrants in America have used poppy-head tea as a mild sedative and a remedy for headaches, muscle pain, cough, and diarrhea. During the Civil War, gardeners in the South were encouraged to plant opium for the war effort, in order to ensure a supply of painkillers for the Confederate Army. What Hogshire has done is to excavate this vernacular knowledge and then publish it to the world—in how-to form, with recipes."— Michael Pollan First published fifteen years ago, Opium for the Masses instantly became a national phenomenon. Michael Pollan wrote a lengthy feature ("Opium, made easy") about Jim Hogshire in Harper’s Magazine, amazed that the common plant, P. somniferum, or opium poppies, which grows wild in many states and is available at crafts and hobby stores and nurseries, could also be made into a drinkable tea that acts in a way similar to codeine or Vicodin. With Opium for the Masses as their guide, Americans can learn how to supplement their own medicine chest with natural and legal pain medicine, without costly and difficult trips to the doctor and pharmacy.