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i'll be sure to post my results from trying this... i wish i would have read about this a few weeks earlier because i just harvested!
You don't need a hygrometer for every container, just as the hygrometers don't have to remain inside the jars 24/7, especially after the product's RH is relatively stable, or if the flowers are not dry enough. Either situation shows relatively quickly. Or, you could just use a hygrometer in a test jar to determine what the product should feel like at every stage. FWIW, I've used 2 hygrometers to cure +5lbs in 1gal jars.
i was thinking a long time if i buy a humidore!!! it the perfect box for storing!! and it looks great
may a humidore for storing ciggars are real cool for curing weed also!!!
what do ya mean bros!!!! also its possible to add an electronic controll system for the RH!! it also for ciggars and can be found in every cig online shop for about 100 bucks!! But its def. to big for smaller jars!!
also some products to rais up the RH are for sell!! should work great !!
you can find them on amazon for under $15
Dimensions: 3.5" x 1.25" x .25"
55-60% RH - at this point it can be stored for an extended period without worrying about mold. The product will continue to cure.
My question is and I've always been confused about this, is what is the difference between jar curing and jar storage?
Is 55-60% the sweet spot you would always like your flowers to be at?
My pleasure. When is your next harvest?