What causes bowls to not stay cherry?

Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by firsttimeARE, Jul 3, 2018.

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    firsttimeARE

    firsttimeARE Well-Known Member

    This batch feels dry enough and has been jarred a couple weeks now and when ground up finely in a joint it burns fine, but in a bowl it doesn't stay cherry and doesn't seem to completely burn when hand broken up and leaves a dark grey ash.

    Product friends have have no problem staying cherry

    Just trying to see if I messed something up this time and what in your experience caused this
     
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    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH

    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH Well-Known Member

    pack snappers like real men
     
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    charface

    charface Well-Known Member

    I was gonna say, suck harder
     
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    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH

    PURPLEB3RRYKUSH Well-Known Member

    hahaha im dead
     
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    LinguaPeel

    LinguaPeel Active Member

    Moisture, horticultural oils, Silicon, foreign sugars, extremely high actives content.

    Just tell everyone you got that sticky.. Even if it's from latent fish intestines.
     
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    docter

    docter Well-Known Member

    mmmmmm.
     
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    stnr420

    stnr420 Well-Known Member

    Stored nutes....but according to the riu "experts" after a 9 month cure you shpuld b fine
     
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