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Old 01-12-2021, 03:18 AM #4391
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yeeeeeeehaw thats a good one. that was swazi right? those pics are awesome. funny how time goes i remember that post like yesterday.
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yeeeeeeehaw thats a good one. that was swazi right? those pics are awesome. funny how time goes i remember that post like yesterday.
Yes it was. I have some GG4 like that too.
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Yes it was. I have some GG4 like that too.
Love to hear your comparison of the GG4 opposite ends of the spectrum.
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Old 01-13-2021, 09:21 PM #4394
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heya agin friends,, cob on


i would be so appreciative if anyone might be able to point me towards any actual 'real science' regarding the cobbing process


i have read on here a bit about the conversion of chlorophyll into sugars and a bit of other info and i would be very interested to know more


and in exchange i will provide one tiny tip that might help the odd folk,, and the not so odd as well, ha


the initial 104 degree temperature to sweat the cobs in,, this is where i get my 104 temperature for the first 24 to 48 hrs,,




a perfect 104 and safe in some tupperware


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Old 01-13-2021, 09:37 PM #4395
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I cant help maybe other scientific types can, but it has been speculated that its a bacterial process helped by the warm conditions.
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I cant help maybe other scientific types can, but it has been speculated that its a bacterial process helped by the warm conditions.

ok,, thanks tang,, if you don't know of any then no one does


get this tho,, i was thinking of pursuing some actual science,, and coincidentally, not far up the road


https://flowrcorp.com/operations/canada/default.aspx


this company owned by miracle grow corp, has just opened and might be able to provide me some of the science i am after


a work in progress, indeed
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For those having positive experiences creating cobs, I have a question :

Imagine you are ready to create your cobs : you have a bunch of flowers for cobbing and some are not/less ripe than the others.

Out of your experience, do you place the less ripe flowers in the center/core of the cob, or more on the external layer ? ( so you use the most ripe flowers in the center ).

I know there's experimentation to be done but regarding ripe/not ripe flowers positioning in the cob, I guess it's better to know the way to place the buds so the fermentation/curing is the most efficient.
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For those having positive experiences creating cobs, I have a question :

Imagine you are ready to create your cobs : you have a bunch of flowers for cobbing and some are not/less ripe than the others.

Out of your experience, do you place the less ripe flowers in the center/core of the cob, or more on the external layer ? ( so you use the most ripe flowers in the center ).

I know there's experimentation to be done but regarding ripe/not ripe flowers positioning in the cob, I guess it's better to know the way to place the buds so the fermentation/curing is the most efficient.
I would suggest making two cobs one with mature buds and one with the less mature buds then check the different effects of both cobs once matured.
In my experience the effects can be very different in fact so different you might think they were from different strains.
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From harvesting immature flowers, I have experienced that the effect can be at the edge of being unpleasant with those ( e: paranoia ) ... should I expect such an occurance of negative effects after fermenting immature buds ?

Or, on the contrary, do you think that cobing is converting the "bad into good" ?
( I'm not a believer by any stretch, but writing that made me feel like a prophet )

If the effect is different, I dont care ( and I am curious )

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From harvesting immature flowers, I have experienced that the effect can be at the edge of being unpleasant with those ( e: paranoia ) ... should I expect such an occurance of negative effects after fermenting immature buds ?

Or, on the contrary, do you think that cobing is converting the "bad into good" ?
( I'm not a believer by any stretch, but writing that made me feel like a prophet View Image)

If the effect is different, I dont care ( and I am curious )
I also dont like edgy or nervous pot. I prefer spaced out trippy types the cob curing def takes off the nervous edgy feeling mostly the nervous edgy feeling comes from the strain IMO.
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