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Old 10-11-2018, 05:24 AM #3241
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Good looking cure DB! hehe

Glad you still have some of the MH7 left. I'm down to only two cobs left so am rationing it out slowly. going to miss it when its gone, it was a great plant.
Thats about the only thing that can bring you down hey? That last piece of your favorite cob I get palpitations just thinking about it.
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Old 10-11-2018, 05:30 AM #3242
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Thats about the only thing that can bring you down hey? That last piece of your favorite cob I get palpitations just thinking about it.
too right... trying not to think about it at all
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Old 10-13-2018, 07:51 AM #3243
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I prefer smoking cob in joints rather than in a vape. The problem with vaping (dense, hard, dark) cobs is that they need to be really finely ground up so all the resin is vaporized, but then little bits of the finely ground up cobs gets in my mouth. So I usually don't finely grind it, instead I vape larger bits on medium, use my finger to grind it up finer and then vape it on high which gets just about all of the resin.
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here we go,cobbing in real time,i'm leaving the cobs under a 250 hps for 24 hours,the pic is after 1 hour.I want to dry one every week to get different results and i'm going to harvest another plant(much better than that one)in 15 days give or take.

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Old 10-15-2018, 08:58 PM #3245
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here we go,cobbing in real time,i'm leaving the cobs under a 250 hps for 24 hours,the pic is after 1 hour.I want to dry one every week to get different results and i'm going to harvest another plant(much better than that one)in 15 days give or take.
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Good plan brother thats the way you get those crazy exceptional cures.

Looks like a nice sweat going on I can imagine the changes going on inside the cobs.
You are going to vacuum seal the cobs after the sweating aren' t you?
Silly question but I had to ask dont want you to loose all those lovely buds.
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somewhere there's a half P cob of OTH floating around that has to be damn near ready by now...... everything looking good in here lads
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Good plan brother thats the way you get those crazy exceptional cures.

Looks like a nice sweat going on I can imagine the changes going on inside the cobs.
You are going to vacuum seal the cobs after the sweating aren' t you?
Silly question but I had to ask dont want you to loose all those lovely buds.
unfortunately no Tang,i'm still vacuum-less.Mold is what scares me the most so i'll try to inspect the cobs frequently.Last time i haven't had any issue with 1 week fermentation but i want to try the darker cure now as well as the golden one.What if i bury them,i mean the ones that will stay 2-3 weeks?Have you ever tried?
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unfortunately no Tang,i'm still vacuum-less.Mold is what scares me the most so i'll try to inspect the cobs frequently.Last time i haven't had any issue with 1 week fermentation but i want to try the darker cure now as well as the golden one.What if i bury them,i mean the ones that will stay 2-3 weeks?Have you ever tried?

Maybe try getting a few of the food saver vacuum bags with the zip lock if you can, close it mostly and leave room to put a straw in one end, suck the air out, as much as you can and while still sucking close the bag. I find the freezer bags still let air in almost immediately after you vacuum the air out with your lungs. I hope you get what I'm trying to say, I dont have pictures to demonstrate.



If you're mechanically inclined, I've seen videos on youtube of how to turn a bicycle tire pump into a vacuum. I would think one of those, and an air pin like used to blow up basketballs would make a nice DIY vacuum.
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unfortunately no Tang,i'm still vacuum-less.Mold is what scares me the most so i'll try to inspect the cobs frequently.Last time i haven't had any issue with 1 week fermentation but i want to try the darker cure now as well as the golden one.What if i bury them,i mean the ones that will stay 2-3 weeks?Have you ever tried?

Or one last thing, if you can, if theres a walmart in your area or a store like that, they make a hand held vacuum. It's usually in the same spot with the bags. You plug the hand held in to charge it and then it will vacuum the air out. I got a kit, vacuum and about 10 bags for $20 if I remember.
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here we go,cobbing in real time,i'm leaving the cobs under a 250 hps for 24 hours,the pic is after 1 hour.I want to dry one every week to get different results and i'm going to harvest another plant(much better than that one)in 15 days give or take.
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Are those tamale wrappers? I was thinking about using those also if I couldnt find any organic corn when I'm ready.
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