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  1. Hi all, Another day, another question... I've dried my first plant and it's now in jars. My jars are reading 60%. How often do you think I should burp them, as the RH is at a decent level now. I am thinking if I burp them every day they will get too dry. I have heard curing stops at 55% RH - is that true? Cheers
  2. Hi, I would like to know, if cannabis can be cured with sugar leaves, after drying, do not perform any trimming. Is there a risk of fungus or any problem? considering that humidity its going to be controlled
  3. Hello All, I love the site and the information! A little question that I can't seem to find the answer to..... I am due to harvest next week. I only use the lovely flowers and trim for edibles (butter) and never smoke it. Do I need to dry and cure my plants or can I just decarb (Decarboxylation) then slowly in the oven to remove all the moisture? Looking at 115c for 1 hour, or more depending on how dry and toasty it gets..... I have decarb'ed and made butter lots of times, but this is the first time I have my own plants. Advice would be very helpful. thanks in advance