So if you live in a dry state like Colorado, you're fighting rapid/over-drying after harvest. So you've invested in environment control to really slow that dry down. You get a stem that cracks and it's ready to be jarred up! You slap a hygrometer in the jar to make sure you're not in that 70% Mold danger zone! Maybe you got curious and searched how/when to burp your jars and found 5min/30min 12HOURS?!?! Well what is it?... If you're in a humid area and your house sits at 50-70% the burping will be more like gently laying it out on the table where Colorado with my house at 30% or lower, doing that will dry my buds to a crisp in 30 mins. I'm suprised with all the advancements in the dry/cure none have mentioned the environment you're introducing when burping? I'll kill the infomercial now and tell you that in Texas at 70% rh my buds could literally cure on my table with fresh moving air. Here in Colorado I open my jar, take a couple large huffs of the jar after gently spinning the jar to "break apart" the buds from each other and close it up. After about 6 days at 55% under 70° My buds don't raise the jar humidity drastically after my 12 hour shifts. Maybe from 62 to 68% humidity but after my huff and roll the hygrometer reads 55+ and returns to 60 in minutes. My burping takes at least 3 weeks and is considered done when jar humidity takes 24+ hrs to raise insignificantly. At that point a thorough burp brings my jar to a 55% where it will never raise above 65% and no more water is passing through the stomata and co2 generation ceases (often called gasses) I just wanted to share my experience/study so others can skip the part where you go through a bunch of harvests because other growers said "It's something you have to get a feel for" Thank you for your time! If possible, try curing at 50-60° Remember, if you can smell it than it is volatile! Keep those terpenes where they belong!!