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There are many ways to dry marijuana. I’ve found that slow and steady wins the race. You never want to go below 65F as it’ll simply take too long to dry out. Make sure that there is proper air-flow but don’t have the fans blowing directly on them as you’ll have uneven drying in your harvest. You can harvest the nugs, trim them, and put them on a drying rack or some others will cut the branches off of the plant, hang them to dry, and then finish off by trimming the individual nuggets. Both ways work well it just...

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Cannabis cultivation has been a popular trend among the gardening enthusiasts in recent years, and it’s no surprise why. Growing cannabis at home not only saves money but also ensures the quality of the final product. But, the process can be quite challenging, especially for beginners. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about growing cannabis at home, from choosing the right strain to harvesting and curing your buds. Choosing the Right Strain Before you begin your cannabis cultivation journey, it’s important to choose the right strain. There are two main types of cannabis strains: Indica...

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Drying and curing cannabis is a crucial part of producing great cannabis flower. Properly drying and curing your marijuana not only preserves its cannabinoid and terpene content, but also reduces its chlorophyll content. So, a well-done dry and cure will ensure a better tasting, more potent yield. Drying and curing your marijuana plants is important, but these processes can also be tricky. A poorly executed dry and/or cure can lead to marijuana that has a lackluster taste, a bad taste, diminished potency, or even molding. But if you’re wondering how to properly dry and cure your marijuana plants, we’re here...

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