Grove Bags - Terploc
Passive Modified Atmospheric Packaging With Proprietary
No Burping • No Humidity Packs • Better Results
Wherever cannabis is grown, growers in both the old and new cannabis markets have learned that a quality pull-down can be destroyed if the post-harvest process is rushed; especially the part of the process that involves curing.
Quality genetics deserve a proper drying and curing process that develops the full terpene profile of the strain and ensures that the breeder's hard work benefits the end user. A key way to achieve just that is to take the right steps to ensure you're getting a consistent, quality cure EVERY time.
First things first: the drying!
Most experienced growers recommend a drying time of 10-14 days (10 days for loose buds and 14 days for larger/dense buds). The drying room should be 60 degrees Fahrenheit and 60% relative humidity with even air circulation WITHOUT direct airflow toward the drying buds or against a wall. With slower drying, the cannabis flower retains a larger and broader terpene profile, preserving the strain-specific aromas and medicinal benefits of cannabis that would be lost with hasty drying.
After drying on the wall or tray, you can jack up the buds to prepare them for IGNITION.
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