Thanks! That's Chernobyl from my 3rd grow and it's really nice dopetrim style is what we know as commercial trim. ideal for retail. nothing wrong with that trim.. .For a Cup entry, or to smoke it yourself, i would totally manicure it way more.. that being said, if dont have to please anyone else and you're happy with it, then that's all that really matters. Looks dank as fuck, btw.. great job!
Enjoy smoking plant matter why not make oil out of those frosty leaves, each to their ownNot exactly, i grow for personal fulfillment and i'm just not into trimming. As long as there are trichomes on the leaves i see no point in trimming them off.
But for each his own Peace brother
Warmer temps will cure your buds faster. I've done lower and higher temps to verify. But I would like to do both at the same time, same strain to see if there's a difference in final product.Does anybody have a preferred temp range for their curing buds? I usually burp my my bags and jars in my basement which stays 60F. I was wondering if I’m missing anything by possibly burping and storing buds in warming temps than what I currently do.
I mean curing in mason jars at warmer temps. Been a while since I read up about it, but temps in the 90°s F were mentioned. When I did it, it was more like mid 80°s verses mid 60°s. Curing in mason jars like that is a fermentation process higher temps quicker fermentation.Are you talking warmer temps curing in jar baggie or another container? Or warmer temps initial drying?
I mean curing in mason jars at warmer temps. Been a while since I read up about it, but temps in the 90°s F were mentioned. When I did it, it was more like mid 80°s verses mid 60°s. Curing in mason jars like that is a fermentation process higher temps quicker fermentation.
My mid 80°s temps weren't constant either. This was done in a shed without a door during summer, so night temps were 50°s.[/QUOTE
I wouldn't be doing it in that warm of temps. I usually cure in my basement and I burp everything there too. It stays around 60F this time of year but I was wondering if should keep my buds somewhere else in the house where it's generally warmer like ~70F.
Finally someone who knows cannabisthats just crazy talk. dont ever dry shit in that high of a temp unless you want that bc, reggie, hay smell all upon the buds... why would you give some shitty advice like this?
the best drying temp is in the dark at 60-70 degrees for at least 10 days in 50-60% humidity...