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    • #5996
      Racky
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      I harvest a plant early. Put it in closet and was dry in 5 days. Is that a good way to dry?

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    • #6002
      Atom
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      Its not ideal but it will be okay. You likly evaporated alot of terps and it wont taste as good as a bit of slower dry. Mine take usually 7-10 days to dry and 3 weeks in jars before there what i would consider smoke able. You can smoke it right away but i would advise atleast a week in jars burping twice a day.

    • #6006
      Racky
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      Thank You

      • #6007
        Atom
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        Your welcome. Good looking plants keep up the good work bro 🤘

    • #6011
      Racky
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      Trying!!

    • #6035
      Keith
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      My first one took like 10 days to dry.  I had the temps around 61° with rh in the low 60’s.  This time the cold weather at night was causing the window ac unit to not blow cold air.  The dehu heated up the area and it got up to 70° for a couple nights.  I haven’t noticed much difference in taste or smell between the 2 harvests, but I do feel like the first one was a little better with the lower temps.  Not a big deal in imo though.

    • #6072
      Brad104
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      Look on Amazon and check out the drying rack on there I spent 30 bucks and it was the best 30 I spent in a while.They don’t take up much room they will hold pound’s and don’t take up much room, Just hang your smoke in a pitch dark no humidity place for just like my friend @atom said 7 -10 days before you start to jar it.

      Best of luck to you,your grows are looking great bro

    • #6965
      Racky
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      This one is drying Alot slower,  60 F and 50% rm

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    • #6981
      Brad104
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      Slow and steady wins the race bro

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