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Old 09-17-2017, 11:59 PM #2941
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Well, thanks for sharing. I am going to dial my first round through the rooms at the RH and temps your recommend. See how it does me. Thanks.
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Old 09-18-2017, 03:50 AM #2942
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Use air flow to control time. And oscillate the fans. Imo you do not want a crust. Trapping water in the bud is an excellent way to accelerate microbial growth.

If mean gene actually takes 4 weeks no wonder he kills at the emerald cup. It is just a matter of risk/reward for me beyond a week

I got a personal sfv...maybe I will try 4 on it
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Old 09-18-2017, 05:26 AM #2943
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I would even go down to the mid 60's F. A lot of terpenes have a high vapor pressure that just increases with temp. RH depends of whats going on when you're harvesting. Is it raining? Then a shake of the branch to wish as much moisture off and 50-55% RH for the first day. I like 60% though and a longer dry (7-10 days in my experience), but in wet climate that first drying day being below 55% is important.

Easy, what Jidoka is trying to say is think of your flowers like produce. If you buy that nitrate bloated shit lettuce from the grocery store, you usually find it rotting in the fridge not much later. If your plants are healthier, the cells are going to live longer and fend off fungus until they are dry and dead. Nutrient density.
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Old 09-18-2017, 05:31 AM #2944
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So, unless mean gene's buds are literally 3-5 times bigger than my biggest buds I have ever grown....... Wouldn't a month dry/cure really just be a dry, that morphs into a long cure? This is actually what has yielded the best results for me in the past. 60F and 60% Rh. I used to keep it there until I had time to get to it. Now the trimmers need to be fed.

Or does that mean that mean gene keeps the RH above 55-60% rh for that month? That seems crazy?

Orechron, thanks. I agree.
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Don't forget air movement/exchanges during the actual drying phase. Think what would happen in a grow running vpd numbers without air movement...same deal in drying.

And you are no doubt right...at some point that drying becomes curing. I just do not have that kinda space. Kinda jealous
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Personal headstash. The amount of fertilizer in a 20 gal pot is insane. But I think I can go til Halloween on this plant. Beads water like a champ
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Old 09-19-2017, 04:22 PM #2949
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I am personally having a very hard time trying to incorporate past teachers lessons (such as those ag videos) into the new high Ca paradigm. SlowN needs to write a book, lol. SlowN guide to high Ca cannabis. Lesson one, gypsum.
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Personal headstash. The amount of fertilizer in a 20 gal pot is insane. But I think I can go til Halloween on this plant. Beads water like a champ
Beautiful job on that plant. The stack is on point.

I have a monster in a 200 gallon that is herculean with it's uptake. I said forget it, and topped it with 5x as much as recommended. Still needs more food, tissue samples sent out yesterday to confirm.

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