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Old 06-21-2018, 04:39 AM #3041
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I used dry heat from a dehydrator for 24 hours

Wouldn't 24 hours in a dehydrator dry out the cobs to the extent that any curing would not take place? Tangwena suggests air drying for several hours ~ one day (after 12~24 hours sealed at 40C) depending on the RH in that room. the last cob I did was air dried over night after 24 hours sealed at 40C/110F, as the humidity was high and the bud was a little wetter than usual ...anyway, I hope they turn out good for you.
ok for you.
I think he means inside vacuumed bags its a very sound method of sweating and after you can use it to part dry them slowly.
I will be getting one for my next batch for sure.
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Old 06-21-2018, 11:00 AM #3042
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Hey Tang. What's doing friend??
What are you growing at the moment?
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Old 06-21-2018, 07:33 PM #3043
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This year is going to be my Year of the Cob for surer. Gonna make a Tang stick ala McKush and buy a nice yogurt maker and vac bag sealer. The Good Ship Lollipop will certainly be carrying Alice to my shores......
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Old 06-22-2018, 01:29 AM #3044
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This year is going to be my Year of the Cob for surer. Gonna make a Tang stick ala McKush and buy a nice yogurt maker and vac bag sealer. The Good Ship Lollipop will certainly be carrying Alice to my shores......
Hi brother get a dehydrator you can use them to slow dry the cobs after the cure as well as sweat them multi purpose tool. Vacuum sealer plus dehydrator are the must have tools now.
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Old 06-22-2018, 01:31 AM #3045
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I learned that you shouldnt hang dry your weed in your grow cabinet if you have a the fans on. They will get quite dry too quickly. I can tell the fermentation process would have been greater had there been more moisture to kick start everything.
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Old 06-22-2018, 01:32 AM #3046
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Hey Tang. What's doing friend??
What are you growing at the moment?
Not much at the moment but after August I plan 3rd style of Golden Tiger from Ace and some Punto Rojo x Coljam I cant wait its going to rock my socks off megga sativas.
Big time high as a kite cobs.


I just edited this to include some Panama x Honduras. I had 0.25g about 4 hours ago and PHEW! this is what you call living!
So because I have limited space and these are all regs I will do 3 of everything under 11/13 from week 1.
Sex them and then flower the remainder whatever they are.
One plant from each would be awesome any more a bonus.
I dont have your luxury of being able to grow outside you lucky son of a gun very envious of some of your pics man.
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Heya Cobsters!!! Hope this finds everyone happy and high!!! Cheers friends and neighbors!!!! ��
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Good luck Tangwena...... I hope you end up with a bunch of girls buddy!!!! Cob on! Peaacccceeeee
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After the encouragement from Tangwena, I made my first cob with about a third of an ounce Bangi Haze that was already sort of dry (65%-ish). I did spray the crumbled bud with a little water before wrapping in oven paper and 'cooking' at 40 C. It seemed to work, but I still felt a little more water would be better, so I sprayed and cooked again. Now the cob has been at 30C for a week, but drying doesn't seem necessary: the wrapper is just about dry, though the compressed weed is a bit mushy. What do you guys think, does that mean I can start the cure? Or should I rewet some more?
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After the encouragement from Tangwena, I made my first cob with about a third of an ounce Bangi Haze that was already sort of dry (65%-ish). I did spray the crumbled bud with a little water before wrapping in oven paper and 'cooking' at 40 C. It seemed to work, but I still felt a little more water would be better, so I sprayed and cooked again. Now the cob has been at 30C for a week, but drying doesn't seem necessary: the wrapper is just about dry, though the compressed weed is a bit mushy. What do you guys think, does that mean I can start the cure? Or should I rewet some more?
Hi my friend a close up pic would be good so we can see if she is ready.
Its best if they are still moist before sweating but not mandatory.
Dont keep spraying as if the weed was too dry going in it will not help in any way.
Some members on 420 forum had some success rehydrating their weed to cob but I cant vouch for it myself.
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