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Harvest and the cureing process
    #278890 - 09/11/09 05:09 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

Im about to harvest for my first time. how should i go abouts getting the plant out of the soil. someone told me pulling the whole plant out roots and all and let it hang for a day or 2 then bring it inside. And how should i dry my plant. In a dark closet with a fan. or should i have a light to help dry.


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Re: Harvest and the cureing process [Re: jiga91]
    #278896 - 09/11/09 05:58 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

I cut it at the base of the plant.....pull off all the fan leaves......manicure the snow leaves.......cut it in Y sections to be able to hang it to dry with better airflow around the buds in the dark with ventilation for a few weeks........then toss them in jars to cure for a couple weeks/months or more, but open them daily to exchange the air and sweat the buds to decarboxylate the actives ....... pack in a bong and rip it......enjoy.


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Re: Harvest and the cureing process [Re: Dr. Siekadellyk]
    #278898 - 09/11/09 06:35 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

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I cut it at the base of the plant.....pull off all the fan leaves......manicure the snow leaves.......cut it in Y sections to be able to hang it to dry with better airflow around the buds in the dark with ventilation for a few weeks........then toss them in jars to cure for a couple weeks/months or more, but open them daily to exchange the air and sweat the buds to decarboxylate the actives ....... pack in a bong and rip it......enjoy.




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Re: Harvest and the cureing process [Re: SpaceMonkey]
    #279073 - 09/12/09 02:07 AM (7 years, 9 months ago)

Same as above, I hang on close hangers with a fan blowing for a few days then jar em.


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Re: Harvest and the cureing process [Re: jiga91]
    #279173 - 09/12/09 08:32 AM (7 years, 9 months ago)

if you're going to pull them out, roots and all, make sure you wash the rootball before hanging them up.  you don't want dirt clods falling into your sticky buds.

cutting them just above the ground is much easier.


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Re: Harvest and the cureing process [Re: Yrat]
    #279417 - 09/12/09 11:21 PM (7 years, 9 months ago)

man your at the best part. Kinda sad huh? Like...you ladies are all grown up and ready to go out and get smoked up by the world!!!...im very high


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