I always see questions about drying and curing herbs. I have had to change my tech based on where I was living at the time. I am in Colorado now and just finished up a nice room and dried it in an ambient humidity of 23%. Obviously there are a ton of options like adding a humidifier or making a curing room but I am always focused on getting humidity out and don’t have the time space for a curing room. This is simple and hopefully help someone out who is dealing with low humidity climates. Week 9 I break down my plants, removing all the big fans and breaking the branches I to tup size sections. I hang these and it only takes about 3-5 days until the buds feel dry but the stems BEND not break. At that point I put everything Into the big yellow top tups. Within a couple of hours everything will moisten up again. Then I burp for a week, slowly letting the moisture out. If I was back on the West Coast I would worry about mold and things but I haven’t had any issues here. After that week I close everything up for another week then dry trim. This works great for me and I have been using the process for a while.