I was wondering what everyone's thoughts were on drying at lower temperatures and higher humidity to extend the drying time. I read a few places that mold can't grow at less than 60 degrees, and I can't find anything 'reputable' that says otherwise. I'm wondering if drying a plant with smaller buds that is mostly trimmed already in a 50 degree area, with 70% humidity would help to slow down the dry, while being cold enough that the mold can't affect it. At the 'normal' 60/60, buds of this size would be dry in a week. As I was wondering this, I thought to myself, if this works, is there any reason not to slow the dry time to 3 or 4 weeks on larger plants? I wonder if it would eliminate/reduce the need for curing? Curious what other people's thoughts are on the matter. Please stay on topic. We've all heard a thousand different methods on how to dry/cure, so I don't think anyone is interested in how you do unless it somehow relates to the topic at hand or is somehow unique and different. Mainly I want to know, has anyone tried this? What's the lowest temperature you have had plants mold at? What's the longest you've ever taken to dry a plant? Is anyone aware of any danger at all, besides mold, of taking too long to dry a plant? Thanks in advance.