Typically you remove the buds from the stem and put it into jars when you can hear the smaller stems crack that are connecting to the larger stems. Then start burping. I’ve got massive jars. I think they carry them at Target now. Or bed bath and beyond.Everything I read says to use paper bags and glass jars for final curing.
My problem is that I grew cola's that are 2 ft long - No, NOT complaining as this was a very good grow; but, does present problems in that I can't find bottles that are 2' long. Since I want to keep them whole, what can I use to final cure in???
I’ve done both and is no way a is turkey bag even close to as good as curing it in a jar in my opinion. All I do is open the lid and turn jar.Turkey Bags are the best way to go if you are putting up a substantial amount of product. The jars... I feel are kind of a joke. You need to stuff your hard work in and pull it out to effectively rotate/burp it when using jars. The turkey bags allows you to gently place the buds in and tie off the bag, then untie open, turn over and rotate the buds with very little damage to the trics. The cure you get after working with the bags as opposed to jars is indistinguishable.
I was up to about 200 mason jars, burping each one, unscrewing lids, etc. before I went to turkey bags inside a food grade 5 gallon bucket with special twist off lids. I currently have 11 five gallon buckets, lol.You should try it all with a little bud in each and see what you like best. I’ve tried all the listed suggestions for sure.
You could use it as a prop an fill it up with different kinds of product.
First AK48, then Northern Lights, etc. That is a big ass jar. Too big for me.
I don't know if I could figure out what kind of humidifier to use...Boost 55
or two of them? It just seems it would be easier to deal with the moisture in a
This one looks not too bad. 2.5 gallons. 13" high x 9" diameter barrel. Just search for 2.5 gallon glass jar. That's the biggest one I've found so far. I bet a restaurant supply would be good for stuff like this.