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How Goes Harvest? Are you using humidity control?

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Hi friends!

As someone who's bud tends to dry too quickly, I do see the benefit of humidity control regardless of my affiliations with one of the manufacturers.

I also believe that cannabinoid biosynthesis happens better and more completely when proper humidity is present. While visiting some of the larger US craft growers, many are curing at 58% and the storing at 62%.

Who is curing with humidity control--whatever it may be?
 

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Hi friends!

As someone who's bud tends to dry too quickly, I do see the benefit of humidity control regardless of my affiliations with one of the manufacturers.

I also believe that cannabinoid biosynthesis happens better and more completely when proper humidity is present. While visiting some of the larger US craft growers, many are curing at 58% and the storing at 62%.

Who is curing with humidity control--whatever it may be?
iv used some humidity control packs before the 62% worked well but i found i like a 58 or 55% humidity in my jars haven't tried those yet
 

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i still use the boveda 62 packs there great to have in your arsenal in case of overdrying and it can take all the guesswork out of it
 

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I tried them. Don't work at all when its the other way round. Too humid. I feel that it may work for too dry conditions but not when its the other way round. Having a 60g pack in a 1-2 quart jar should be overkill enough, but it made my buds moldy. Now, I just dry, cure and only burp in an AC room with RH conditions met. Works great. Is a pity cos I spent a lot to get these to my location. Shipping almost costs more than that big pack of 24s that I bought.

Don't get me wrong. I love it when there are products to make our lives easier. Just feel that anyone in hot and humid conditions probably would not benefit much from this. Hope no one gets offended by my personal experience.
 

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Paper bag dry ~6-10 days to 65ish rh then, jar burp once or twice a day til rh is ~60-62, then bovada 62's, burp every other day for a week til stable at 62rh.....I have jarred weed for a yr and half that is still primo, although not as sticky as it was in the 1st yr. In jar....jars kept in cool storage ~58-68°F
 
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