I’m drying 3 plants Afghan auto in a drying net placed inside my 2x2x5 tent Inside a 7x15 lung room With a/c. I’ve got my ac infinity 6 in. exhaust fan set to run 24/7 at lowest speed plus a small fan on the floor of the tent not directly on plants. Temp and humidity have varied but stayed in acceptable range Between 58-70 temp and 38-63%rh. Rh probably less constant than temp. I wet trimmed them and a couple of the colas were large. Chopped last Tuesday checked them today (Sunday) and feel that they are drying too fast. My question, is the exhaust fan pulling too much air over the buds constantly or when it triggers to a higher speed to lower humidity could that cause too much air flow.? None of the stems snapped and there is still moisture in the bud. I took one put it in the flower mill and it shredded a good deal of the bud but a small moist bit didn’t shred. I smoked it and potency is fine and it stayed lit. I’m considering jarring some of it and monitoring it with hygrometers for 24 hours to see if jarring early might slow things down. All opinions welcome.