CURING TIPS FROM EXPERIENCE GROWERS

Kissables1

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Yeah man, make sure they are dry dry dry. I've had whole auto plants dry for 3 weeks and still be too wet after bagging for a few days lol
Wow.... I'll be checking back in with you in a few weeks! The burping is a massive hassle and I dont have time for that BS
 

PissingNutes

Active Member
I was told to start by hanging your defoliated cuts for about 48 hours in dark 30 to 35% humidity area. So I put the dehumidifier on turbo in dark tent and keep tent exhaust on as well as AC because the dehumidifier does make heat but it works. Then you jar or tupperware it in a dark dry ambient cabinet and burp/waft the air everyday, you want humidity back down to 60ish. I keep a hygrometer in the container to be sure, after about two weeks you start to smell the goodness.
 

Tetrahedral

Well-Known Member
You actually dry two things and one isn't even needed. The plant and the oil or gland filled trichs. I guess it's the plant that's the hard part, trichs should dry easily and in more diverse ways. To dry a plant you just let it dry, if you fuck up the trichs are normally ok and it's the plant giving a bad taste.

I don't understand how the cure stops, the plant may stop but oil is a different compound it will always slowly degrade or age. If you seperate into hash you see just how oil cures and the plant doesn't do a whole lot.
 

SPLFreak808

Well-Known Member
You actually dry two things and one isn't even needed. The plant and the oil or gland filled trichs. I guess it's the plant that's the hard part, trichs should dry easily and in more diverse ways. To dry a plant you just let it dry, if you fuck up the trichs are normally ok and it's the plant giving a bad taste.

I don't understand how the cure stops, the plant may stop but oil is a different compound it will always slowly degrade or age. If you seperate into hash you see just how oil cures and the plant doesn't do a whole lot.
Curing slowly strips the chlorophyll, im not so sure it effects the resin glands as they can't really store chlorophyll.
 
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