If you have an obsession with buying notebooks, or just like them generally, and you also like and grow your own medical cannabis, then a Goldleaf guided journal may be perfect for you.
A Goldleaf guided journal is a minimalist notebook for marijuana home-growers as well asrecreational and medical users of the plant. Each journal comes with industry and medical advice supported by experts, ideal information for individuals who may be looking to deepen their understanding about the medicinal plant.
In particular, the grow planner adheres to marijuana farmers’ tradition of taking comprehensive notes to help compare the failures and successes of grows with time. This planner comes in a Moleskine-esque stylish design that has been tailored to suit the needs of intermediate and beginner marijuana home growers.
Charles McElroy, the founder of the company that makes Goldleaf planners, explained that the grow planner was suitable for individuals who would like to learn more about their craft. He added that Goldleaf’s intended customers were growers who were similar to him, describing himself as a self-confessed perfectionist who would like to learn from past errors and improve upon those mistakes.
This means that the journal wouldn’t be suitable for first-time marijuana growers or total beginners. However, beginners who would still like to use the Goldleaf Journal would have to conduct research on various soil-less growing methods as well as the basics of soil, light, nutrients and pH controls before they started growing.
Despite this, however, the grow journals are useful in helping growers keep track of their progress, if they have already made a decision on the different methods they’ll be using.
The grow journal comes in two types: the longer grow journal and the smaller grow jotter. While the latter is made up of two-page spreads for users to help track their plants’ nutrient regimens, a section for tracking cultivar particulars and templated day-to-day entry pages, the former is made up of these features, in addition to pages for tasting notes, a chart for plotting a plant’s health and month-to-month and yearly calendars.
Furthermore, when either journal is purchased, the owner receives a set of grower reference cards that contain tips on various things, such as how to diagnose a plant’s health issues or how to calculate how much energy is being used.
McElroy also explained that the idea behind Goldleaf was to find a way to show the science behind marijuana in a way that was more mature and digestible.
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