Bill Graham is a pioneer and innovator of the indoor home and garden industry, operating from the San Francisco area for well over twenty years.
With hands-on expertise, he retailed and distributed hydroponics supplies, sourced grow lights globally, created Biojuice nutrients, designed Phresh filter air quality systems, and simplified micropropagation cloning - creating the leading Microclone tissue culture kits in 2005.
He's a speaker on the conference circuit and authored the tissue culture section in Ed Rosenthal's iconic Cannabis Growers Handbook.
Today, Bill is developing new propagation biotechnology from his Rohnert Park, California lab while advancing cloning systems for medical and recreational cannabis facilities.
We put together the Super Starts kit in 2005 when we were fixing two issues. A medicinal dispensary in SF was seeking tissue culture for their propagation at the same time we were trying to produce hundreds of flower-ready 5-inch clones to fill the Coliseum and Rotogrow gardens, and tissue culture was the obvious choice for both of them. But there was no protocol for cannabis yet, what to use and how to use it. So it just happened that Bill Graham, the founder of MIcroclone, had a degree in horticulture and had managed a large tissue culture lab. Bill used baby food jars in his bathtub and tested a list of tissue culture recipes to find the best ones for cannabis, redwoods, iris, and orchids, his favorite plants.
The customers were happy and it was easy to put all of the needed items together with instructions that anybody could use. The instructions were written already.
Bill partners with Cultivation Guru Ed Rosenthal, writing The Tissue Culture Propagation section in the Cannabis Grower’s Handbook - the definitive guide for all cultivators.
First-time home growers will learn how to get started and enjoy a successful first harvest. Experienced growers will find new information about lighting, flowering, outdoor CO2, stimulating growth, tissue culture, and harvesting.
This book is an essential reference for developing standard operating procedures, whether for micro-operations or large-scale commercial cannabis operations. The techniques and tools for growing cannabis have changed over the past five years. Ed shows you the most productive and easiest methods in his new, most comprehensive book.
Cannabis Grower’s Handbook features the latest innovations in marijuana cultivation that will save you time, money, and energy. 600 PAGES OF FULL-COLOR PHOTOS, DIAGRAMS, AND CHARTS
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