Best of HIGH TIMES #68 - Beginner's Grow Guide

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Best of HIGH TIMES #68 - Special Pot Collector's Issue

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The Remote Control Growroom
We’ve all heard about automated grows. But what about controlling your growroom from your living room couch—or another state?
By Nico Escondido

The 2013 Hydro Report
Danny Danko and hydroponics expert Erik Biksa detail how to grow marijuana without soil for bigger and faster yields. Learn the water-based secrets to achieving explosive plant growth rates and heavier harvests.

Small Gardens, Big Rewards
Not everybody has a warehouse or open field available for cultivating cannabis. High Times reveals some select tips for maximizing pot yields in smaller spaces such as closets, growboxes and tents.

Top 10 Strains of 2012
Senior cultivation editor Danny Danko breaks down the 10 most tasty, potent and pungent pot varieties of 2012. What strains will you be hunting for in 2013? Bonus: HT readers pick their favorites!

Legalized It!
Voters in Colorado and Washington State made history with a full-frontal attack on pot prohibition. So is it time to “break out the Cheetos,” or will the Feds strike back?
By David Bienenstock

To Dab or Not to Dab?
Extract experts weigh in on the pros, cons and possible dangers of butane hash oil.
By Bobby Black

Colorado Champions
At the first Annual High Times Medical Cannabis Cup in Denver, a pair of dispensaries from the Rocky Mountain State took home the top three prizes for best pot. Here’s a look at how their gardens grow—as well as a cold, hard look at the state’s medical marijuana industry.

Taking A Stand
At the World Famous Cannabis Farmers’ Market in Tacoma, Washington, medical marijuana patients can meet the people and collectives behind their medicine, while becoming engaged, highly educated members of the local cannabis community.
By David Bienenstock