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the cure

by angel43diaz about May 16 - report

well thanks for the time to read this. igrow idryed , trimmed and i am in cure. in jars. question how far down does the humidity levels in the jar need to drop before you think your flowers are complete in the cure. is there a set goal for how low it should drop. it just shit that comes to mind when i am chilling. let iknow what works for you.

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    greengrower 3.467 points - May 16

    60% rh
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    Ronp 242 points - May 16

    Once dryed and stabilized and put into jars keep the humidity at 62% for the cure.  Purchase some humidipaks like Boveda, they make one that is 62% specifically for cannabis.

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    stick 8.940 points - May 17

    I use 62% bovedias in my jars with a small humidistat..You can find them for less than a buck ea. if you search a bit........https://www.ebay.com/p/5pcs-Mini-Digital-LCD-Thermometer-Humidity-Meter-Hygrometer-Indoor-Temperature/11008637512?iid=282933816219

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    harley24 18.082 points - May 17

    I also use the 62% Boveda packs to store my weed. I store the weed in mason jars along with one Boveda pack in my quart jars and two in my half gallon jars. This has worked great for me, no loss of smell or taste and the relative humidity is always at 62%. Peace

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