Drying & Curing
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- There are many ways to dry your buds after harvest, some ways are better than others, but the principles are the same. The best way to dry cannabis after harvest is slowly, and evenly. It takes time, and practise to know when the buds are dry enough to be put in jars and cured. In this guide we will explain a few different methods of drying your cannabis after harvest. You can then decide which method is best for you, and dry your cannabis the right way, for better flavour, and a smoother smoke. Contents Preparing Your Drying SpaceHarvesting Your PlantsTo Trim or not to TrimHanging Your Buds after HarvestDrying Cannabis in a Drying RackThe Best Way to Dry Cannabis After HarvestBest Temperature for Drying CannabisHumidity for Drying Cannabis After HarvestAirflow and ExtractionHow Long to Hang Cannabis to DryCuring Cannabis After it Has Dried Preparing a Space for Drying Cannabis For the best results, after harvesting your cannabis plant, you will need to be ready to move the buds into the drying area as quickly and as easily as possible. You need to make the whole process as simple as possible, and preparing beforehand can help you keep the whole process smooth and easy. To reduce the chances of rot and mould, or buds infecting your harvest, you should thoroughly clean the area you intend to dry in, before hanging the plants to dry. Cleaning the Drying Area There are many ways to clean the area before you hang your plants in it. You want to make sure this area is free from dust, mould spores, or any other things that may contaminate your flowers whilst they dry. Wipe the walls down with a disinfectant, and allow the room to dry out before hanging the plants in it. Preferably, the drying area should be prepared the day before harvest, to give the room a chance to dry out. Letting the room dry out is especially important if you're using a scented cleaner. Any smell may leech onto your buds and affect the flavour. Use a light scentless bleach mix, or a sterilization fluid like Milton, or a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide. Prepare Somewhere to Hang the Plants After you have removed a branch, or chopped the plant down, you will need to hang it, upside down. In some cases, a grower will remove the buds, and lay them down on a drying rack. It is better to get this ready before you harvest the plant. You want to have a place where you can chop and trim a bud, then hang it, and move onto the next one. Get as much as you can done before you harvest the plant. It will make the whole process easier. Harvesting Your Plants for Easier Drying Depending on whether you will be hanging your plants by the branches, or cutting the buds off the stems to dry, you will need to choose the easiest method to chop, and move them into their drying area. You can either chop the whole plant down from its main stem, and hang the whole thing upside down, or remove branches one by one, and move them into the drying area. It is better to hang each branch singularly, and you should also cut the branches in a way, that gives you an easy way to hang the branch. Cutting the Branches When you chop branches off your cannabis plant, you should chop them in a way that makes them easy to hang. You can do this by chopping just below one of the internodes. Doing this will give you a nice hook to hang the branch up on. Simply cut the branch off, trim if necessary, and then hang upside down in the drying room. To Trim or not to Trim After a branch is cut, before hanging it, you should decide whether you're going to trim it now, or when it is dry. There are pros and cons to both wet and dry trimming, you need to try both and decide which method works best for you. Wet Trimming Wet trimming is when you trim the fan and sugar leaves off the plant as soon as it is harvested. You will cut the branch from the plant, and finally manicure the buds before you hang them. This is a common way of drying, and most growers will trim their buds before hanging them to dry. Wet trimming takes a lot of time, and can reduce the amount of time it takes for your buds to dry. To extend the amount of time your buds take to dry, you can leave the leaves on, until the buds are ready to be cured. Dry Trimming Harvest takes a lot of time, some growers choose to dry trim and it is easier, takes less time, and can improve the final quality of your buds. Leaving the plant to dry before trimming will also stop clorphyl from "bleeding" onto the buds. This can improve the quality of the final product and make the smoke smoother. If you want to find out more about the benefits of dry timing, check out our article below: Hanging Your Buds After Harvest After chopping and trimming, you need to hang your buds upside down, in a dark place. When the buds are hanging, they should not be touching each other, or the the walls of the grow room. It is important to leave enough space between flowers to ensure good airflow. Having good airflow around the drying room whilst the plants are drying will reduce the risk of powdery mildew and bud rot attacking your buds. Some growers will remove the buds from the stems and lay them on a drying rack instead of hanging them. This will speed up the amount of time it takes for your buds to dry. Drying Cannabis in a Drying Rack If you are going to dry your cannabis in a drying rack, then you will trim and manicure the buds, and place them, laying down, on the drying rack. This takes more time to harvest and trim the plant, but the time it takes to dry is decreased. For a better quality product, you need to allow your buds to dry for at least one week. Drying racks are good, and a great way to dry a big harvest and make the most of any space you have. But for best results, you should hang the buds on their branches as this will allow them to hang without being in contact with any surface, and give them some extra time to dry. The Best Way to Dry Cannabis After Harvest The best way to dry your cannabis plants after harvest will always be up for debate, whether hanging or using a drying rack, dry trimming or wet trimming, every grower will have their own way of doing things, you need to decide yourself which methods work best for you. Time is important, when your buds are drying, the moisture inside them is used to break down chlorophyll, and other sugars and starches that are left in the buds after harvest. To give the sugars time to break down, you need to allow the plant enough time to dry. If you dry too quickly, the plant will not be able to break down these starches in the buds, and you will be left with buds that not only smell like grass, but are harsh to smoke. It should take at least 7 days for your buds to dry to the extent where they need to be cured. Do not put them in jars too quickly, do not dry them too quickly. The drying process can take fine, top shelf cannabis, and turn it into cannabis that has no flavour, and a rough smoke. Do not ruin months of hard work, by rushing the drying process. Hang the buds in the correct environment and let nature do its thing. After 7-10 days, your buds should be ready to start the curing process. Best Temperature for Drying Cannabis If the drying room is too warm, the moisture in the buds will be evaporated too quickly. If there is no moisture in the buds, the sugars and starches produced by the plant, cannot be broken down. On the other hand, if the drying room is too cold, then the buds will hold onto the water longer, and this can result in rot, or mould setting in and ruining your harvest. Keep the drying room at a steady 18-20°c, and keep a steady breeze blowing around the room. Do not point a fan directly at the buds, as this will also encourage them to dry too quickly. Just have a breeze moving air around the buds, and they will dry evenly, with less risk of rot and mould. Humidity for Drying Cannabis After Harvest If the humidity is high in the dry room, then the water inside the buds will have a harder time getting out of the buds and into the air. If the humidity is too low, the air will pull moisture out of the buds, and this will force your buds to dry too quickly. Humidity is an important factor to properly drying your cannabis after harvest. If levels get too high, then mould will develop on your plants and the harvest will be ruined. Humidity should be kept between 45%, and at the highest 55%. Keeping the humidity level in this range will keep the chances of mould spores germinating to a minimum, and also give your plant a good environment to dry in. Airflow and Extraction Airflow is hugely underestimated, and having the correct amount of airflow will save your crop from going mouldy. Mould spores will germinate in stale humid air, so keep the air moving by applying a breeze to the drying room. Make sure the fan in the drying room isn't blowing directly at your buds. Rather, have a fan pointing into the corner of the room, on a low setting, so it can move air around the room, without blowing at your buds. Along with keeping the air moving, you will need to extract the old air in the room, and you have to do it right! The air coming out of your dring room is going to smell very strong of cannabis, and you have to cover this smell! Use a carbon filter to remove the smell out of the air before it is vented outside. This should be linked up to your extraction and air should pass through it before it is vented outside. With good extraction, and a good amount of airflow in the drying room, your plants are at less risk of mould and rot, and they will also dry evenly, in a good amount of time. How Long to Hang Cannabis to Dry As long as you have hung your buds in the correct environment, with the correct temperature and level of humidity, they should be dry in about 7-10 days. Smaller buds take less time to dry than the big buds. The popcorn buds may be dry in around 5 days, but the bigger colas can be left for 2 weeks before they are dry enough to be cured. It is important not to rush this step! Once the plant is dry, it is done, and there is very little you can do to change things if it has dried too quickly. Also, it may seem that a bud is dry on the outside, but moisture will be left in the middle of the buds too. Moisture will evaporate quicker on the outer surfaces of the buds than on the inside of them. You need to dry slow enough to allow this moisture to move its way out of the centre of the buds, to the outside, where it can evaporate. Just because the bud feels dry, it doesn't mean that is it dry on the inside. How to Tell When Cannabis is Dry The best way to tell if a branch is dry enough to take down from hanging, is to snap a stem. Snap the stem at the base of the bud, this will give you the best idea of whether the bud is dry on the inside or not. If the branch snaps, then you can take the bud off the stem, and place it into jars ready to be cured. The branch may not snap, you should be able to hear it go "snap". If the branch is not snapping, and is just bending over, then the bud isn't dry enough to go into jars. Curing cannabis too early, when it is still wet can ruin the smell and flavour, it is important to only put your buds into containers when you know they are properly dry. What to Do when Your Cannabis is Dry Smoke it, cook it, whatever you like, but, to get real good quality cannabis, another step needs to be taken known as "Curing" After being properly dried, your buds will be ready to use. But there is still some moisture in them that you can draw out to give a better final product. By placing buds into airtight containers after drying, you force the moisture to disperse back through the buds evenly. Where it can be evaporated easier. This is known as curing. If you start curing the buds too soon, when there is still too much moisture in them, the terpenes can get wet, and this will damage them. If the terpenes get wet after drying the smell and flavour of the buds will be affected and you will not be able to fix it. To make sure you get the best out of your harvest, ensure the plant is properly dry by trying to snap the stems under the buds before placing them into jars. Curing Cannabis After it has Dried After drying, it is a good practise to cure your buds a little before using them. Over time, the last bits of sugars and starches will break down, and the smoke will become smoother, and the flavour will massively improve. You can use your buds straight away, but giving them some time to cure will bring you a much better final product. You should cure your cannabis after harvest for at least 1 week, and anything up to a couple of months. Cannabis will get better with time, after 2 weeks of curing, you will have some top shelf home grown for your own personal use. You can find out how to cure your cannabis for the best taste in this article: Final Notes on Drying Cannabis After Harvest These last few weeks of drying and curing will make or break the quality of your cannabis. Ensure the plant is ready for harvest before chopping it, allow the plant at least 7 days to dry, and then cure for a further seven days. Doing this will bring you the best cannabis you have ever smoked. Full of flavour, a smooth texture to the smoke, and the high the strain produces will be much more prominent. Do not ruin your months of hard work, by rushing the last couple of weeks. Just because the plant is down, it doesn't mean the work is over. The drying process is a very important stage of the grow cycle, don't underestimate how important it is to get right. Thanks for reading Percy Growers, congratulations on your harvest! Stay safe, and happy growing.3 months ago
- After months of work, and a successful harvest, your buds will be dry and ready for the cure. Curing buds for best taste is a slow process, so many growers skip this step. But you shouldn't! To get the best out of your cannabis, you should cure your buds for at least 2 weeks after drying them. If you any question about the best ways to cure your buds, then feel free to ask for help in our cannabis growers forum Curing Cannabis By properly curing your cannabis, you will increase the flavour, smell, and potency. In this guide we will cover what curing is, and why it is important to bring out the best quality of your cannabis Contents What is CuringCheck Your Cannabis is DryWhy You Should Cure Your CannabisBest Containers For Curing CannabisKilner JarsCvaultsTightvacMy Pharm JarsPlastic ContainersHow to Cure Cannabis for Best TasteHow Long to Cure Cannabis Best Temperatures for Curing Cannabis Best Humidity for Curing CannabisWhen to Burp Curing Jars How Long to Burp Jars When Curing How Often to Burp Jars When Curing When to Stop Burping Jars How to Keep Cannabis FreshBoveda Humidity PacksVacuum Packing What is Curing, and Why you Should Cure your Cannabis When you first harvest your plant, it will be full of water, and unusable. You will hang it upside down for a certain number of days, until it is dry. Because the moisture in the buds will evaporate easier from the outside, the centre of the buds, will still hold moisture, especially if the buds are big. Curing, is pretty much the process of drawing moisture in the centre of the buds out slowly. Doing this will give more time for starches, and chlorophyll to break down. This will give you a smoother, tastier smoke. Dry your cannabis slowly, over 10- 14 days. The longer you can keep moisture in the buds, the more of these starches can be broken down. Then, when it is properly dried, you can begin the cure to pull out the rest of the moisture slowly. For a guide on drying cannabis after harvest, see our guide below: It is a slow process, but for top shelf cannabis, you need to cure for at least 2 weeks. The first step to curing buds for best taste is to ensure your buds are dry before curing them! How to Check Cannabis is Dry After hanging your plants for around ten days, they may be dry enough to start curing. It is vital, that your make sure your cannabis is dry before putting it into airtight containers! This is for a couple of reasons: 1: If your buds are wet, and you seal them into airtight containers, they may begin to rot, and become mouldy 2: As the moisture spreads from the inside of the buds, to the outside, it will wet the terpenes on the outside of the buds again. Getting the terpenes wet, after they have dried, will seriously affect them Stems MUST snap off of the branches. This shows that enough moisture has left the buds, and they are ready for the cure. This is important! Again, if the buds are not snapping, they are not ready for curing. If the terpenes of your buds get wet after they have dried, they can lose potency. As terpenes are a big part in the flavour and smell of cannabis, this can potentially ruin your buds, and make your cannabis smell like hay, or have very little pungency. Why Curing Buds is Important for Better Taste When you touch your hanging buds, even after just a few days, they can feel dry. But there is a lot of moisture still built up in the middle of them. This moisture is used by the plant to break down sugars, starches, and chlorophyll built up in the plant matter. Drying slowly, will give the plant time to break down the sugars and chlorophyll. The more time it has, the more it will break down. Once moisture is completely removed from the buds, the plant can't break these starches down any more. Curing increases your drying time, and also pulls moisture out of the centre of your flowers. Keeping an even level of moisture around the whole bud, and giving you a smoother smoke. Best Containers for Curing Cannabis What container you use is up to you, but you must make sure it is airtight, clean, and free from any smell. This is to lock in the smell and moisture to build up humidity. Without a good air tight container, you won't be able to cure your buds properly. You need to be able to control how much moisture is in the air around your buds, you do not want air leaking out. Make sure your containers are free from any smell, as this may affect the flavour of your cannabis. Stainless steel, or glass containers are best. But good results can be seen with plastic containers, as long as there is no residual smell before you start curing. Kilner Jars for Curing Cannabis Easy to buy at most shops and stores. Cheap and reliable. Kilner jars are used by most growers who cure their cannabis. They have an airtight rubber seal, that can be replaced over time if they get worn down. They are also available in many different sizes. But, they are transparent, and will let light in, which can affect the curing process. It is better to store these jars in a dark place when curing your cannabis. Cvaults, Designed for Curing Cannabis Cvaults are designed specifically for curing cannabis. They are stainless steel and airtight. They also have a section in the lid where you can hold humidity packs. They are a little more pricey than Kilner jars, but are a good long term investment, and something you should consider buying if you cure cannabis often. Which, as a Percy Grower, you will be. TightVac Tight Vacs are an airtight containers, that can also create a vacuum inside the jar. These containers can be used for long term storage of cannabis, and are a great way to cure buds for best taste. Though they can be expensive, they are a long term investment. Using Tight Vacs will keep your cannabis fresh for long periods of time, (anything up to a year). And unlike vacuum sealed bags, they will not squash your buds. My Pharm Jars These jars are a brand of plastic tubs, with humidity sensors built into the lids. This way, you can monitor the humidity inside the jar, without disturbing the environment. You can also buy just lids with sensors, and also sensors on their own to place inside jars. But My Pharm jars do everything you need, and come at a decent price. Plastic Containers If budget is a problem, you can use anything to cure your cannabis. Ice cream tubs, popcorn buckets. You just have to be careful of smell leaching from the plastics, into the buds, as this will taint the flavour. If there is any smell at all after cleaning the container, don't use it. How to Cure Cannabis for Best Taste The idea of curing, is to get the water that is in the centre of the buds, evenly dispersed throughout the bud. This will help the buds dry evenly, and slowly. To do this, place your dry buds into an airtight container, until it is around 2/3 full ( do not fill it all the way). If you are using jars, or other transparent containers, store them in a dark place. For the first 2 weeks, you will need to " burp" the jars every day to let old air out, and new air in. This will reduce the chances of mould and rot. How to Cure Cannabis: Place dry buds into airtight containers Open containers for 15 minutes, every day, for 2 weeks! How long to cure Cannabis Curing cannabis can take anything up to 6 months. This will depend on its condition, and method of storage. The longer the cure goes on for, the better the cannabis is. You don't want the cannabis to dry out too much, so as it dries to a prefered level, you can burp the jars less often. As long as temperatures are at decent levels, you can store cannabis for months. As long as it is in an airtight container, at the right humidity, it will be curing. Take as long as you need. Best Temperatures for Curing Cannabis Curing cannabis at around 18-20°C is perfect. It is a nice level where moisture can freely move around the buds. Any lower than 15°C and you risk mould forming inside of the jars. If it is warmer than 20°c, the buds may sweat too much in the jars. Keep your curing buds stored at around 20°C in a light proof container, or a dark place. Best Humidity for Curing Buds for Best Taste It is ideal to monitor the inside of the container with a humidity sensor. You can buy jars with those built into the lids, or buy them separately to place in kilner jars, or plastic containers. Humidity should be kept at around 58-62% whilst curing. This will ensure a fresh smoke, and a long cure. You can buy humidity packs to help keep your levels optimal, but these may taint the flavour of your cannabis. When to Burp Curing Jars Knowing the right time to burp your jars can make a huge difference in the curing process. It is best to use humidity sensors but if not, you can just watch the buds and check when they feel damp, or dry. Just follow routine, and keep the containers sealed and in ideal temperatures. Be sure to check for any signs of mould every 24 hours too, especially if you're not able to monitor humidity inside the containers. How Long to Burp Jars When Curing For the first two weeks of your cure, you should burp your jars or containers for fifteen minutes a day. You may need a little longer. If your cannabis feels wet after 24 hours in the sealed container, then you should leave it out, until it feels dry again. How often to Burp Jars When Curing When curing buds for best taste, you should burp your jars daily for the first two weeks. After that, you can extend the time in between burping to two or three times a week. If you're using humidity sensors, then burp the jars if the humidity exceeds 62% and seal the again when they reach 60%. When to Stop Burping Jars Though the time in between burping will reduce, you should never stop burping your containers, unless you're using vacuum packed storage. You need to keep fresh air in the jars. So after the first two weeks of burping daily has passed, continue burping 2 or 3 times a week. After a month, you will only need to burp the jars once a week, for a few minutes. How to Keep Cannabis Fresh To keep cannabis fresher for longer, always keep it out of direct sunlight, at room temperature. Light will degrade your THC, and if it gets too warm, mould can start up. For longer term storage, you can use a vacuum sealed bag, and keep your cannabis in the fridge or freezer. This will press the buds a little, so they won't look so fresh, but they will still keep their potency and flavour. Boveda Humidity Packs To keep cannabis at a constant level of humidity, some growers like to use Boveda Humidity Packs. These are placed inside your curing jar, ( Cvaults have a shelf in the lid for them), and the humidity will be maintained. This will keep your cannabis fresh for months. Vacuum Sealing By removing air from the environment, you can stop bacteria and mould growing, which will allow you to keep your cannabis for longer periods of time. Vacuum pack your cannabis, and then freeze it, and you can store it for over a year, with no real change to the quality. You can also use the Tightvac containers listed above for storing cannabis for up to six months and keeping it fresh. Final Notes on Curing Buds for Best Taste Curing buds for best taste might add a few more weeks to the end of your grow cycle, but it is worth it. Slowly drying out the moisture will increase the potency and flavour immensely. It can be tempting to smoke your cannabis as soon as it is dry, but if you can hold out for just a couple more weeks, you will notice you are smoking a completely different product. Thanks for reading! You can find more information on anything related to growing in our cannabis grow guides. All of our guides are written by experienced growers, and members of our cannabis growers forum. If you have any questions, sign up. It is free, and we are always happy to help!8 months ago
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- 5 weeks, my Cindy lasted me...last 1/2 of the last jar was a killer, both in terms of potency & the fact I only had half a jar left 🙁 So wish I could have left for longer but needs must...8 months ago
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- Drying Cannabis takes time and patience, and can not be rushed. After what can feel like a long flowering period, harvest time will come. At this point, when the buds are ripe and ready, and the THC has matured to your preference, the plant will be "chopped", and prepared to dry. There are many different techniques to drying cannabis. Some like to hang the whole plant, some like to remove and trim all of the buds, and then dry them. The pros and cons of different drying techniques can be found in more detail in these guides; How to ” Dry Trim” cannabis Depending on the technique you use for drying cannabis, it will take between 5 and 14 days for your buds to dry. During this drying period, your plants are at a higher risk of mould and rot. To prevent this, it is important to keep your drying area in ideal conditions. If you have any questions about drying cannabis plants after harvest, then feel free to ask for help in our cannabis growers forum Hanging Your Harvest After harvesting your cannabis plant, branches should be removed and hung upside down, in a dark place. It is important when hanging to ensure buds are not touching each other, or the walls of your drying area. This will cause moisture to build up on that section of a bud, and it will increase your chances of mould and rot. Once your harvest is hanging, you need to apply a gentle breeze to the drying area. Stale air will encourage mould spores to germinate. To keep the air moving will reduce the chances of you losing your crop. Ideal Temperatures and Humidity for Drying Cannabis Slowly drying your cannabis is a sure way to bring out the quality. Cannabis dried over a few days will still have starches and sugars in the plant matter. This will make it harsh to smoke, and it will smell like grass, or hay. The minimum drying time for small buds is five days. For the big main colas, 14 days is optimum. Temperatures should be kept around 18c. Mould spores will germinate if it is too warm, keep temperatures under 20 c to reduce the chances of bud rot. If the temperature exceeds 22c, you not only increase your chances of bud rot, but your buds may dry too quickly. Keeping humidity levels at no higher than 55%, and lower than 45%, will keep your buds drying at a steady rate. Reducing the Smell of Cannabis After Harvest Whilst Drying Cannabis Never underestimate the importance of a good carbon filter. Harvesting cannabis is very smelly! I can't really describe in words how pungent the smell is and how far it will travel. You MUST use a carbon filter and extraction, to keep the smell to a minimum. A few days after harvest, the smell of the buds will reduce, and they will start to smell like hay, and lose their cannabis smell. Don't worry about this. The chlorophyll is breaking down. Over the next few days the smell will return. When to Jar your Cannabis for Curing Keep your buds hung until they are snapping at the base, and coming easily off branches. It will depend on the size of the bud. If you attempted to snap a bud, and it doesn't cleanly break, there is still too much moisture in it for jarring. Jarring your cannabis whilst still wet will make moisture seep from the middle of the buds, to the surface, and evaporate. This is what curing is. If your buds are too wet, the moisture will effect the terpenes, and your buds will lose their smell and flavour. How to Cure Cannabis After Drying Key Points of Drying Cannabis Keep air moving with a small fanTemperatures at 18-22cHumidity at 45-55%Leave hanging until buds snap at the baseDo not jar too soon!Keep the smell down with a Carbon filter!! If you have a harvest approaching, you're going to need the right tools to make it as easy as possible. Check out percys guide to harvesting to make sure you're ready! Preparing for Harvest Thanks for reading! You can find more information on anything related to growing in our cannabis grow guides. All of our guides are written by experienced growers, and members of our cannabis growers forum. If you have any questions, sign up. It is free, and we are always happy to help!12 months ago
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- So I manicured my buds last night and removed a lot of leaf.....that was my hay smell. The buds really open up the smell after their ground up but quite a few seeds. I have 17.5 grams manicured so far and apparently A LOT more to go.....it takes a damn long time to manicure them nice....definitely was more leafy than the durban is.4 months ago
- Timing is just a massive pain in the arse man lol, takes far too long. Enjoy though man, congrats on the harvest!! Even if it has got seeds in, itll still be good shit mate 🙂 Well done4 months ago
- @macky Thanks man! I'm super happy and now have enough seeds to grow a FIELD OF GREENS!!! Hahaha. Also my temps in the jar are 23 C and humidity is up to 63% at a day in the dark and then open to 57% RH. Another few weeks and the should be done sweating out.4 months ago
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- @zn Right on. Good to hear man. I'm doing something right lol. What's the danger zone regarding how high you can go?4 months ago
- Its best to air dry until stems snap, then jar...I get around 70% at this time, then burp the jars daily until 63% then stop burping...store at 63% thats where you want to be...minimum (if you can) 2 weeks at 63%, longer the better and the buds will be better than anything you've bought 🙂4 months ago
- Lookin excellent!! In my Glueberry, I'm getting 20-30 seeds per fucking gram, but it's easily in my top 3 smokes EVER. Lays me the fuck out, haha. And I've had a lot of shit over the years.... Seeds are annoying AF, but yours is well grown, so it'll be totally worth it... 😀 Homegrown = Bestgrown4 months ago
- Thanks guys! Ya it's looking excellent so far. Way better than anticipated and I mean I almost left this thing for dead but I dont give up on anything....its a weed it'll live lol. I can't wait to finish trimming and weigh it all up!!!!! Love harvest season wwwhhhoooooohooo lol4 months ago
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- @zn Because its alot of DAMN WORK!?!? LOL it is....a lot of work....after working all day and then doing the dad and husband work at home. And I only have 2 plants lol4 months ago
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- So update....last night finished trimming the 1 jar....weighed in at 46 grams plus the shake for cooking. Have another jar to trim when I can but damn....its going well.4 months ago
- @colacody Congrats mate! Looks lovely, home grown is always the best weed, enjoy mate, well deserved 🙂4 months ago
- Didnt grab a pic last night but finished the other jar of trimming for my gorilla glue. I have a final weight of 78 grams! My best 3 colas weighed almost 14 grams together! Smells alot better when its busted but since it went herm it's not super strong but strong enough for sure. Very relaxed high. Will post up a review of the smoke soon just been super busy!3 months ago
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