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Old 12-14-2018, 05:49 PM #2621
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Didn't read all 263 pages, but enough to see a pattern of negativity toward Boveda I feel is misplaced. This product is to curing cannabis what timers are to indoor growing. It should have been invented by Ron Popeil for it truly is the "Set it and Forget it" of curing. If you're not using them it's either because you're cheap, uneducated, or have stake in the competition... Which by this thread is apparently tedious, manual labor.
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Old 12-14-2018, 05:55 PM #2622
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Sadly Pseudoscience works the same way, and dunning kruger aint helping much either...
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I apply this same method with 5 gallon buckets with Gama Seal Lids, two pounds at time... Jars just donít hold enough to be effective for me... the buckets are food grade... itís not just for jarring small amounts... and works the same... thatís why Iím so insistently saying to use the meters all the time... the packs just wonít cut it with two pounds or more...
In drier environments Iíve found the Gamna lid seals need to be caulked to the bucket in order to slow down moisture loss. And even when caulked are not as ďsealed ď as other methods.

This is in an environment where humidity is 20% on average and the buckets were kept about fifty degrees
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Didn't read all 263 pages, but enough to see a pattern of negativity toward Boveda I feel is misplaced. This product is to curing cannabis what timers are to indoor growing. It should have been invented by Ron Popeil for it truly is the "Set it and Forget it" of curing. If you're not using them it's either because you're cheap, uneducated, or have stake in the competition... Which by this thread is apparently tedious, manual labor.
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For some odd reason, this reminds me of an article I read in Reason years back, which made the argument that Windows being the most installed OS was therefore proved to be the best IN FACT....

If you want to dry until 65% then drop a boveda pack in the jar and call that cured, I’m sure many will agree with you.

As I have not tried it, I couldn’t possibly comment.
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I've always been able to just wing it and jar cure my weed. But when I first started I let some mold on accident. But after a few years of learning I've got it down. I'm a bit older but I'm really considering trying one of these things.....it's always good to expand on your ways if someone shared the knowledge that's so helpful. What exactly are those things called again??? I'm gonna look on Amazon.....sorry I didn't read all pages either lol.
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Old 12-14-2018, 09:59 PM #2626
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For some odd reason, this reminds me of an article I read in Reason years back, which made the argument that Windows being the most installed OS was therefore proved to be the best IN FACT....

If you want to dry until 65% then drop a boveda pack in the jar and call that cured, Iím sure many will agree with you.

As I have not tried it, I couldnít possibly comment.
We use 62%, ideal for cannabis. Did side by side with "the old fashioned way". Boveda wins hands down. It also lasts a long, long time.
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I like the 62% bovedas too. I only put them in when the RH in the jar holds +-60% for 24 hrs without a boveda.
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Didn't read all 263 pages, but enough to see a pattern of negativity toward Boveda I feel is misplaced. This product is to curing cannabis what timers are to indoor growing. It should have been invented by Ron Popeil for it truly is the "Set it and Forget it" of curing. If you're not using them it's either because you're cheap, uneducated, or have stake in the competition... Which by this thread is apparently tedious, manual labor.
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Your first post on a thread that's over 250 pages, and you come on here acting like, 'you all are stupid, my way's the best way.'

So good luck with that.

I personally think Bovedas suck, but that's beside the point.
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Old 12-15-2018, 12:07 PM #2629
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Your first post on a thread that's over 250 pages, and you come on here acting like, 'you all are stupid, my way's the best way.'

So good luck with that.

I personally think Bovedas suck, but that's beside the point.
What does the number of pages have to do with anything? Boveda isn't "my way". I didn't invent them. I never said anything like "you all are stupid" but I did read a lot of ignorant, unfounded statements about Boveda that I felt deserved retort. Tell me Jellyfish, why do you think Boveda sucks? Is it the convenience? Perhaps you sell hygrometers. No? Hmm. Well, you go right on burping jars, Chief. But 'round here, in the immoral words of Sweet Brown, "Ain't Nobody Got Time For That".
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Well I also think they suck. I love the idea but up to now haven't had succes with them.

I have them at home, but up to now in all side by sides the jars with boveda lost as far as smell and taste are concerned. It is really smooth with the boveda packs I must admit, smoother than without. But something just seems "off" with the weed in the boveda jars. I will keep experimenting with them as I really like the concept, but I am not convinced.

I also googled it and it seems I am not the only one with this problem
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