Grove Bags Yes? No? Why?

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CannaGranny

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Okay guys and ladies,
I started this post to try and determine if I would invest the moolah into these bags. After seeing all of this, my plan is:
Continue to dry at 60-65 degrees with 55-60 percent humidity.
Harvest when the stem snaps.
Poke them in colorful mason jars and store them in cool dark closets 🙂
Burp accordingly.
Thanks for your opinions 🥰
 
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Mine came with two pin sets. Long and short. I use the long ones for measuring my buds. You want to sink them deep in to the buds when measuring.
I just got one, and it has a wall setting, paper setting, then the wood setting has 4 categories of wood.. I'm not sure which wood setting to pick. A.) Teak, afromosia, walnut, cork, imbuia B.) White poplar, keruing, beech, tola C.) lauana, ash, elm, fir, maple, padauk, oak D.) Basswood, larch, pine, birch..... if anyone has any suggestions on which to test my bud on. And when testing it, do I put it into the bud or the stem of the bud? Just a lost soul looking for guidance... 😆 lol
 
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Best in stash go in the Museums and I have some freeze dried buds for extraction on hold in a 2oz 'Murica bag
I'm using those same cannamuseum bags. I'm pretty happy with the results. I'm Doing next to a couple jars as well. Been curing about 23 days. I feel like the bud in the jars is getting a much more potent smell than the bags are tho.
 
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I just got one, and it has a wall setting, paper setting, then the wood setting has 4 categories of wood.. I'm not sure which wood setting to pick. A.) Teak, afromosia, walnut, cork, imbuia B.) White poplar, keruing, beech, tola C.) lauana, ash, elm, fir, maple, padauk, oak D.) Basswood, larch, pine, birch..... if anyone has any suggestions on which to test my bud on. And when testing it, do I put it into the bud or the stem of the bud? Just a lost soul looking for guidance... 😆 lol
D - which are the softest wood types

You test the bud, not stem of the bud or any other stems.
 
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Any of you guys needing or wanting more Cvaults?
I have several used which I have not cleaned and have a thin film of resin inside. They're the big size, about the size of a basketball but it's been so long I forgot the exact volume. Looks like the size in smokedareefer's pic.
I've been thinking about trying to clean them up and sell on ebay or maybe the classifieds here.
Let me know if you want them and I'll let them go for cheap but shipping might be a little pricey
hey dm me maybe we can work something out
 
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With all the talk about rh in the bags or jars etc during cure being 58 - 62% I was curious what my moisture meter reads after curing. I tested some buds that have cured 58 days thus far. When I heat sealed the bag on day 1 they were 10.6%. Today they are 10.2% so there you go if anyone was curious about that. I did break the heat seal on day 36 to grab some stash. I have been in that bag once or twice more since. So the loss of .4% of moisture is explainable but more importantly negligible.

For me the only time I am worried about rh is when I am drying. My target for drying is 60/60. Once dry to 10 - 12% moisture in to the bags they go to cure. Rh is relative to the temp as we all know. I believe moisture content to be the more reliable metric to monitor for a good cure.
 
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Dont want to venture too far from your Grove Bag. This E-Z organic Lazy-Boy wrap helps senility challenged individuals from stressing about where they 'hid' the bag.
 
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