Curing in the fridge?

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by bigpapa, Apr 4, 2008.

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    bigpapa

    bigpapa Active Member

    Have ny of you cured your bud in the fridge? Its hot where I am n mouldy n if I would hang em in the fridge it would be cool and dark.

    What do you think? Thanks mates,


    Cheers
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    jsales

    jsales Active Member

    once burped I store my weed in the fridge to keep it nice and fresh. not sure about drying in fridge?
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    HippieMan

    HippieMan Well-Known Member

    jus make sure its air tight, fridges are like 90-100% R/H
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    Purplecheeser

    Purplecheeser Well-Known Member

    the purpose of curing is to slowly remove moisure from your buds. why would you reverse the process by putting them in the freezer?
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    FrostickZero

    FrostickZero Well-Known Member

    you put it into the freezor once cured because its dry thus moisture shouldn't be formed on them and its to stup the curing process
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    cyks

    cyks Well-Known Member

    Exactly. Use a jar or something
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    Beaters

    Beaters Active Member

    You sure about that? In a fridge that isn't full of food & beverages? I'd think the freezer would suck the water right out of the air.
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    FrostickZero

    FrostickZero Well-Known Member

    no that would freez the bud and store the water in it
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    mcdandc

    mcdandc Well-Known Member

    I agree, any fridge or freezer will pull out moisture, rather than add it. That's what 'freezer burn' is, and why fridges have 'veg' drawers.
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    Budsworth

    Budsworth Well-Known Member

    Keep your good bud in air tight jars:hump:

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