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ChefDan420 started grow question 3 years ago
What is a good time legnth for curing?
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DudeGrowsWeed answered grow question 3 years ago
Hey Dan! I’ve been told a variety of things regarding curing. Anywhere from 3 days to a month. Personally I like to cure for at least a week. But I do notice quality keeps improving the longer it cures (if you have the patience). Good luck!:+1:
OutForReal answered grow question 3 years ago
The longer as possible ! A friend makes me smoke a RQS Royal haze of 2011 in 2012 if I remember well and it was .... like in a cofee shop ! And the same in 2011 was an average haze ! But my cuing is around 1 month if I need to smoke quickly (sometime 2 weeks but not recommended) and 3 if I want to please myself ! Hope it will help you :kissing_heart:
MUDBUG answered grow question 3 years ago
It depends theres alot that has to happen to get wat u looking for every strain has different times different methods ive got the same seeds taking longer to cure to the level where i feel its top notch i got i jar thats been curing for 21 months for me it has to do with the drying process and the flush i run a day longer on the drying process to 3 days then straight in the jar for 72 hours when they mositen back up i redry for 48 to 72 hours and it has to be dark i find dark containers for cure speed up the burn off of the clora i start with 63% then finsh with 50% this seems to bring out the terps faster but all this begins with the FLUSH people can lie to there self when they coughing up a lung smoking how can u cure a plant thats still full of nutes and want the best smoke out of her:thinking_face::thinking_face::thinking_face:u gonna have to follow the basics and tweek out your cure time noone can answer this question but u homie :+1::+1:
Removed answered grow question 3 years ago
Personally, the first level cure should take 2 to 3 weeks, with daily opening of curing jars. This improve smell and taste dramatically. After this a further 2 months of curing is a 2nd level cure where potency notably increases. After this the added quality to the buds by extra curing is real, but slow, a 6 month cure (total time) gives you really strong stuff.
TheBudWhisperer answered grow question 3 years ago
Expect approximately 3 months to draw out the full flavour of the strain (this is post 7-10 day dry of course). If you’re jarring the bud then it’s best to open the lids and let the bud breathe for 10 minutes every day for the first couple weeks to a month. After a month then maybe once or twice every couple weeks until it smells perfect. Agree with stick (as always it seems) - at 6 months she should be prime. Keep in mind that the bud will also pick up the scent and taste of the environment you dry it in until it’s had this time to cure. Ie. If you don’t want your weed smelling like the lumber of a musty shed for the first 3 months, don’t dry it in there (I learned this the hard way lol). Happy token dude! :facepunch:
Stick answered grow question 3 years ago
Hi @ChefDan420! The longer the better, however I've often heard that 6 months would be the peak. After this, we're not talking about curing but long-term conservation, and methods differs. How long will you be able to last? Patience is the key :innocent: