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I have heard that during the curing process, in the jar phase, if you delay opening the jars until just before conditions are right for mold to form, a fermentation process occurs that enhances the flavor of the cannabis. I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with this process, and could recommend a strain that would respond well to it, or guidelines as to how long to leave the jars unopened and frequency of air exchange ect. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
No, I know what he's talking about, this is why some people prefer to dry in a paper bag rather then hang drying. The excessive moisture levels, plus the heat from the buds, cause a fermentation process to occur. You need to turn the buds at least once daily to make sure they don't rot.