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Weed, need and greed: a study of domestic cannabis cultivation

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Weed, need and greed : a study of domestic cannabis cultivation. / Potter, Gary.

London : Free Association Books, 2010. 276 p.

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Potter G. Weed, need and greed: a study of domestic cannabis cultivation. London: Free Association Books, 2010. 276 p.

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Potter, Gary. / Weed, need and greed : a study of domestic cannabis cultivation. London : Free Association Books, 2010. 276 p.

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