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Danger Doom

Do buds still dry in the jars?

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Taste is crucial for me.. What if you've had a bit of overfeeding going on in bloom and the bud tasted just a tad rough, would a long cure take care of the taste and make it better?  I used biobizz products... It doesn't taste too bad for one week hanging tbf so the taste will improve more as it dries, but just wanted to be armed with information just incase it still tastes a bit foody! Cheers! 

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25 minutes ago, Hashcity said:

Taste is crucial for me.. What if you've had a bit of overfeeding going on in bloom and the bud tasted just a tad rough, would a long cure take care of the taste and make it better?  I used biobizz products... It doesn't taste too bad for one week hanging tbf so the taste will improve more as it dries, but just wanted to be armed with information just incase it still tastes a bit foody! Cheers! 

Biobizz is organic so I'm thinking if you've flushed for 2 weeks you'll be fine regarding taste, long cure is always better I think, mine gets better every week when sealed in jars :)

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If it's still damp day after I load into jars , I simply spread it back on the net for a couple days , a day in the jars really evens out the moisture in the bud helping draw moisture from the middle . 

 

Time & patience is key to curing . 

I wouldn't use bio bizz top max , tends to make all your bud taste the same .... 

(well that's what I put it down to )

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