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Old 03-07-2015, 12:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Curing harvested bud

Do you cure? How do you prep for curing? How long do you cure for?

Do you not? Why not? Why do you hate joy?

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I always completely manicured my plants, at harvest, except for the stems. I kept the stems because I hung the stalks from a string line to dry.

After the initial drying, I removed the stems and put them in coffee cans for about 24 hours. After that, I would sort the buds that were ready (always the small buds). Any buds that weren't ready (always the big buds), I would lay them on a screen for an extra day, then repeat. Worked very well. I used coffee cans because that's what I had a lot of.

The funny thing is that I discovered this all on my own. I called it the "final drying" and it was my big secret. Then I get on the internet and find everyone's doing something similar. Oh well.
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