Using Grove Bags - how dry?

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growsince79

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I'd want to hear how easy they are to wash and reuse. Does the smell from the last crop stay with it? Anyone?
 
sambapati

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Buds in the Grove bags and the rest still hanging up in paper bags. They still need 2-3 week cure before human consumption or 1 month+? The buds still dont have that honeysuckle aroma. Can the Grove bag gang opine on this 'aging' question?
 
TSD

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Buds in the Grove bags and the rest still hanging up in paper bags. They still need 2-3 week cure before human consumption or 1 month+? The buds still dont have that honeysuckle aroma. Can the Grove bag gang opine on this 'aging' question?
The smell improves in grove bags over time just like it does in jars. Fyi for anyone in a dry or fluctuating climate... I store my grove bags in a big cooler to have more of a controlled environment... last year's harvest still smell and tastes good using this method. I open and turn the buds sometimes just to check things out. The cure still takes time in the bags, it's just less effort than jars.
 
sambapati

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The smell improves in grove bags over time just like it does in jars. Fyi for anyone in a dry or fluctuating climate... I store my grove bags in a big cooler to have more of a controlled environment... last year's harvest still smell and tastes good using this method. I open and turn the buds sometimes just to check things out. The cure still takes time in the bags, it's just less effort than jars.
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Shaded_One

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Buds in the Grove bags and the rest still hanging up in paper bags. They still need 2-3 week cure before human consumption or 1 month+? The buds still dont have that honeysuckle aroma. Can the Grove bag gang opine on this 'aging' question?
+1 with what @TSD said. But also I've been smoking my buds right around a week after being bagged. This last run I was literally smoking bud that barely had any cure and it was knocking me off my feet.

The smells only get better with time. I'd say 3 week for a minimum cure but not necessary. Cutting open a heat sealed bag is an experience words cannot describe
 
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+1 with what @TSD said. But also I've been smoking my buds right around a week after being bagged. This last run I was literally smoking bud that barely had any cure and it was knocking me off my feet.

The smells only get better with time. I'd say 3 week for a minimum cure but not necessary. Cutting open a heat sealed bag is an experience words cannot describe
I usually leave an ounce or two out for consumption while I wait for the rest to cure.
 
Shaded_One

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I usually leave an ounce or two out for consumption while I wait for the rest to cure.

Yeah I leave one bag of each strain not heat sealed so that I can grab a few buds and leave the rest to cure while I pick away at it over the next 3-4 months :p
 
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My half ounce "personal bag" 🧙🏽‍♂️
 
Deadstill

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Ok either I'm getting senile, or the thread got deleted for some reason - but I asked this question in a different thread, and upon a forum search it seems it no longer exists! Anyway, the Grove Bags guys were at CannaCon 22 in Denver and even held a seminar. One of the key points they made was that the bags didn't collect trichomes on the sides of them, like other containers usually do. Can anyone verify that? Just wondering. Thanks!
 

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