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Temperature for drying? - The Garden's Cure
Temperature for drying? - The Garden's Cure is 60 degrees too cold to to dry a freshly cut plant? or is it ok? thanks It would go faster in warmer temps but what makes the biggest difference is your humidity... put a fan on them and keep the air circulating. 60 degrees ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/harvesting-drying-storage/97837-temperature-drying.html
How does the drying process work?
... temperature should be between 65-75 degrees F, relative humidity should be between 45%-55%. At temperatures lower than 65 degrees, drying time will be lengthened. At temperatures higher than 75 degrees, the heat will cause the outer portion of the bud to dry ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/181290-how-does-drying-process-work.html
How does the drying process work?
... temperature should be between 65-75 degrees F, relative humidity should be between 45%-55%. At temperatures lower than 65 degrees, drying time will be lengthened. At temperatures higher than 75 degrees, the heat will cause the outer portion of the bud to dry ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/181290-how-does-drying-process-work.html
Drying - How long? - The Garden's Cure
... drying? 70 degree/70RH? Taken directly from "Indoor Marijuana Horticulture" by Jorge Cervantes For best results, drying should be slow and incorporate circulating, temperate (50-60 degree F) dry air. When dried ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/harvesting-drying-storage/107015-drying-how-long.html
Curing Temperature - The Garden's Cure
... of them. These Sinsi females were picked on 10-1 and dried for 12 days in great drying weather in the dark.) Howdy Dr. Bob; Well, from my limited ... keep it in a warmer place ~ 60 ish if you're wanting some cured smoke sooner... But I think 30 ~ 40 degree temperatures for 6 months could leave you with ...
http://www.gardenscure.com/420/harvesting-drying-storage/73877-curing-temperature.html
fans in drying room? - THCfarmer
... dried out too fast. This last round I didn't use a fan. It took the branches about 8 days (75 degree days, 60 degree nights) to be ready to cut nugs off and trim. I think the slower the dry ... up drying? If not, then let them dry as they would in the cooler temperatures. However, when drying in those ...
http://www.thcfarmer.com/forums/f34/fans-drying-room-41121/
Drying Bud
... the same room). The humidity should remain a constant 50-60%. Too high and buds will mold, too low and they dry too fast and taste bad. Temperature should be around 65-68 degrees, wherever possible. Make sure the room is dark, as light ... the same room). The humidity should remain a constant 50-60%. Too high and buds will mold, too low and they dry too fast and taste bad. Temperature should be around 65-68 degrees, wherever possible. Make sure the room is dark, as light ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/absolute-beginners/14169-drying-bud.html
Sick Plants? Have A Question? Ask Here.
... 60 - Grasscity.com Forums You are probably overwatering or underwatering them. Try and only water every other day or so (when the top few inches of soil dry ... the temp at a steady 79 degrees. i keep the plants on 24 ... have vent openings yet with the temperature being ~30C. I have been keeping ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/sick-plants-problems/252889-sick-plants-have-question-ask-here-60.html
Question about drying temperatures (Too Cold?)
Question about drying temperatures (Too Cold?) - Grasscity.com Forums I usually dry in a dry room in the house at around 60-70 degrees F and I keep it dark. I'm now using the garage due to the odors, and its pretty cold ... arent going to freeze, but it is typically anywhere from 35-55 degrees in there through the day and night. I have a fan setup for air circulation. Anyone dry out their nugs in this cold of a temp? I figure the ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/harvesting-processing-marijuana/553269-question-about-drying-temperatures-too-cold.html
drying the weed
... use to dry should be the about the same size you grew in (if not the same room). The humidity should remain a constant 50-60%. Too high and buds will mold, too low and they dry too fast and taste bad. Temperature should be around 65-68 degrees, wherever possible. Make sure the room is dark, as light ...
http://forum.grasscity.com/absolute-beginners/28608-drying-weed.html

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