Is it weird I can only fit three 1oz bags in one 1/4lb bag? Or am I the only one playing around with double bagging?
So here's my 2 pennies in all this...Drying is a personal art. I personally prefer smoke, feel, and smell tests over using meters but I'm old school.
When the day comes to bag it up, don't pick a rainy day or a day where it's about to rain or just did rain. I like >50% RH is ideal. Ambient RH matters. Ever set a dried and cured bud on a rolling tray all day during a rainy day? If so you know what I'm talking about.
Not all of the grove bags
are the same. Different sizes between the 1oz variety, different zippers, and different plastics. Results may vary.
These bags much like boveda
do a better RH adjustment by raising it rather than lowering it. Better to over dry and correct it in the bag or jar than under dry and keep it high RH and get mold.
I play around with capacity. Once ran averages of 62 grams per 1oz bag and it gave really good results. Headspace is not my friend when it comes to curing or aging weed.
Be it volume or heat seals, there's some info by Grove that to me is about selling more bags. Like to me it doesn't make sense to heat seal a permeable bag but to each their own.
Good weather for bagging today so I've got some work to do. Happy growing and groving Farmers!!
BTW next time you're at the market browse the canned beans aisle. You might see some refried beans in bags very similar to Grove in every way other than labels. And yes I kinda want the refried beans bags now for stealth purposes. But without the beans of course