Harvesting and Curing May 23, 2017 – Posted in: Plant – Tags: cannabis, cannabis community, cannabis growing, gardening tips, grow your own, growing weed, medical marijuna, overgrow canada, toronto dispensaries
Harvesting and Curing
After harvesting (by removing the buds and the leaves curling around them), you will need to cure the buds in a way that makes it smoke able (and enjoyable). After drying the plant matter by hanging it upside down in a cool, dry room for days at a time, store the dried plant matter in clean glass jars, closing the lid tightly. Leave some extra room in the jars because the extra air will be helpful in the curing process.
Your main concern when curing marijuana is the development of mould. This will only happen if the plant matter is too moist when you start storing it in jars, so be sure it is quite dry before doing so. Open the jars every so often (first once per day, then once every few days) for several weeks until the aroma and texture seem just right. After that you will be able to smoke the product to your heart’s content — just make sure to store them properly (in a cool, out of the way location).
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