Slow down your drying. Try and drag it out for 14 days or so. Try and keep it as close to 60degrees and 60% rh. You will be able to taste the difference
I know that's ideal but at this current stage I would rather have a faster drying (less enjoyable) smoke then risk mold...Slow down your drying. Try and drag it out for 14 days or so. Try and keep it as close to 60degrees and 60% rh. You will be able to taste the difference
Need to get a new battery today but when I do ill do a more in depth examination.I have very recent experience with this. It will be quite pronounced with UV light. Take some time and scan em out of bag. I too only saw one sus looking nug in ur previous pics. Best advice I ever got on this farm is to trust ur nose.
Drying is currently taking 6 days, 45% RH 70F, I dont think I should speed it up any more and also not sure why anything formed in that environment.Those are the longest trichome stalks I've ever seen.......
I can't tell if there's also mold in those close-ups. The buds look fine though. If there is any mold, you caught it super early. Definitely speed up the drying process, if you can lower the humidity, and maybe the temperature, you'll at least have a better shot at prevention.
Obviously, if there's any actual mold, best not to smoke it, maybe an alcohol tincture? But run through your buds, dry them quicker, and I think overall you're probably good.
Now what variety is that with the trichome stalks like redwoods?? ;)
I know you may not want to, but the quicker you can dry and avoid mold the better.Drying is currently taking 6 days, 45% RH 70F, I dont think I should speed it up any more and also not sure why anything formed in that environment.
Strain is AK-47 Auto but unsure of breeder
Curing is truly a game of patience. Slow and steady and consistent wins the race. I have herb that I just unjarred after a hearty 9 month slumber, it’s bonkers, it makes my cats sneeze and my whole house stinks…..quality.
The buds read 8% moisture and settle at 55% RH in bags? I thought that was on the dry side not wet side...
Yes, this too. Stripping the buds off of moist stems is another way to speed up drying and prevent mold. No buds should touch each other until dry. Good airflow around all of the buds.
Just to clarify, there's no visual mold on the 4 oz I have curing that photo with the stem is from my dry box on day 4 so I wouldn't say its related to early bagging...
Lol, no I thought I was pretty clean about it all. I still have the pair of gloves, there's a white buildup on the tips of the fingers, almost feels hard. I wiped some off the stem with my fingers and the white stuff on my fingers kinda feels hard and grainyWhere you making peanut butter and fluff sandwiches perhaps?