420 Magazine Grow Journal of the Month: November 2020

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Congratulations to Amy Gardner, the winner of 420 Magazine’s Grow Journal of the Month: November 2020!

This award celebrates the very best grow journals on 420 Magazine based on relevant content, quality of writing, photography and general knowledge sharing. All grow journals are chosen by the 420 Magazine staff, to avoid any rumors of this being a popularity contest.

The winner earns the “Grow Journal of the Month” title, 420 Magazine Bic Lighter420 Magazine Stickers420 Magazine Magnet 420 Magazine Small Nug Jar

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Amy Gardner of Eden: Perpetually Organic​

From her detailed and utterly engaging first post to the latest photos of her newly sprouted Early Miss, Amy’s perpetual journal is a wonderful encapsulation of all things cannabis. Want to know about cloning techniques, infusions, DIY lighting, keeping your indoor grow environment balanced, Clover Mites and other pests? This is the journal for you. And don’t forget detailed information on CBD strains, moon planting, experimentation with lighting schedules, building a grow closet and photography hints, (Amy’s photos are top notch).

This journal has the lot. It’s a virtual dictionary of cannabis cultivation. However, what elevates this journal to its pre-eminent position is its consistently positive attitude. Amy grows primarily for medical, pain management purposes. You’d never guess that from her extraordinary upbeat nature. It’s no wonder Amy has attracted such a large cohort of dedicated and experienced subscribers, whose comments only add to the information sharing. Read this journal and enjoy Amy’s pellucid prose and the terrific photos for sheer pleasure, and the knowledge will just seep in.

At one stage a member posts, “I knew I was in the right spot!”. So did we when we were looking for November’s Grow Journal of the Month.

Thank you, Amy Gardner, for all you do for our community. We are truly grateful that you are here.