Humidity in drying room is reading 57%. I think it is off 4% lower than what it really is. I tested it by looking up the google weather forecast and putting my hygrometer outside. It stayed the same, and didnt go over. I only live 2 miles from the small airport in this 5,000 pop town. Anyways my hygrometer in the dry room is reading 57%. If it is lower than its really 62% and my dry room has not gone lower and remained 62% mostly sometimes higher, but I've had the a.c. on most the time. I chopped at 3 a.m. on the 3rd. Before I went to bed. Trimmed leaves at 12pm on 5th Cut buds off stem at 12pm on the 6th. Last night at 3 am I let them sit in the jar until 11 when I woke up. Where the hygrometer read 67. If its 4% off than its really 71% after being in the jar for 8 hours and room humidity was 57 all night. They are out and drying right now. The stems on the bud are still flexible and don't snap/break. The two smallest buds at the very end I could snap the stem. Just the very end. Anyways my question is..... If my dry room is 57% and I jar it say it goes up to 67%. Well what if my dry room was at 60% and I jar it then it goes up to 70%. Same thing again Same bud same dryness, but rh in dry room is now 67%. Well it just seems like now I cant jar even if the bud is dry enough to jar the rh in the room is to high to jar because the bud is going to cause the rh to rise. I know to some extent I'm overthinking it, and most will say just wait until the stems snap then jar.... Also after last nights 8 hours of being in the jar they felt the same. Crispy, but not brittle. They had went to the hay smell a few days ago, but its went away. My last question is my curing jar is like nearly fishbowl size. My buds only cover the bottom and the rest is extra space. Just wondering how extra space affects the cure. Say my buds only take up 1 tenth of the jar. The rest is extra space. Im guessing it doesnt change anything?