Fermenting on bamboo
Has anyone tried this? If you have access to natural fresh bamboo, just cut a piece, wash the inside, fill it with your sativa buds and seal the bamboo with honey or liquified sugar to make vacuum. Place the bamboo to sun dry and when the bamboo dries in about two weeks it should be ready to cure. I will try it next season, I wonder if someone had tried this
I would imagine your location to resemble southern Atacama desert: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atacama_Desert
Being nomad you develop a sense called thermoception.
I had two shocking trips from 30N to our latitudes. Sinai and Nepal. In Sinai I was used to live at 45C and I was suntanned.I travelled from there to 30S sea level and it was 15C midday. I was cold and I exposed myself to the sun. In 20 minutes I got red like a tomato, I could not believe it. Since then I respect the southern hemisphere sun very much and I protect myself always. In Nepal I was at 2000 meter altitude. When I travelled to the south, I felt the sun even a little stronger than in Nepal so I think your location can be compared to Southern California at 2000 mts altitude.
"...As nearly every region even every village had its own special herb that was cured and cobbed for a different result. I have managed to reproduce a couple of my favorite cures but am still trying to reproduce some of the others..."
Every village must have different humidity levels? I dont have a lab, but same cob material done in two different humidity levels with same temperature must have different results. And every strain seem to need a different cooking method to get the best.
Did you find a humidity level that brings consistent better results?