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  1. Wild Bill

    Do these look ready??

    Like when you cut your finger and the cut releases blood back into your body? The chlorophyll is definitely what causes the grass smell but it is in every green or yellow cell in the plant. It may very well "leak" when you cut it but the amount that is released is negligible. The chlorophyll decays over time. The process is hastened by the shorter days and cooler temperatures. This is why tree leaves change color in the fall. Some cannabis strains will take on red and purple hues when the temperature drops. The Colombians adopted a practice in the 70's that made the chlorophyll
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  2. After decades of trying every kind of curing for cannabis I have been perfecting the Cryo Cure: Cryo Cure: perfecting the cannabis drying and curing process 10th March 2020 Cryo Cure CEO Tracee McAfee showcases the benefits of freeze drying in cannabis production. For decades, freeze drying has been a long discussed, but never perfected, method for drying cannabis before curing. Supported by respected cannabis cultivation authorities such as Ed Rosenthal, freeze drying has been praised for its ability to preserve flower and reduce moisture cont
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  3. Yep, that is a pretty useful info for the guys that are just at the beginning of this beautiful road.
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  4. That is the information I was in need, thank you man!
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  5. How do you have any idea of what you are getting? Here in Michigan most everything you buy now at a real store is tested. Some online scam artist could send you some of that fake marijuana spice stuff.
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  6. Well, i am not really sure if these sites are legal, however there are tons of sites, where you can buy marijuana, and any kind of marijuana products. I actually used the services of a couple of these sites, and everything went just fine. However, recently i moved to Toronto, and i didn't know where the locals actually get the stuff. So i googled for some websites where i can order some weed. So i found mygreenmerchant.com, and i can tell you that they are really great, the stuff is awesome and the staff is really kind!
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  7. Convenient maybe but can they deliver by mail within the hour?
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  8. It depends on how long they are in the freezer. They slowly dry and expel their moisture onto the glass. I have had jars come out of the freezer that need very little dry time because they were in there for a year. I take the buds out of the jar right away and lay them on a flat surface. Within a few minutes you will be able to tell how much more dry time they need. Most of the time the buds need some more drying. I found that the best part about this technique is you don't have to worry about mold. Once those pounds are in the freezer it's like you put them in the
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  9. I have my own cryo cure procedure that I have been perfecting for large crops, poundage. First you wet trim off the large leaves and the small leaf tips sticking out of the buds. Then you place the buds on screens in a room with approximately 45 % humidity for two days or until you just start to feel the outside of the buds getting dry. Then you place the buds in jars in your freezer. You can leave them like that for just about as long as you want to. It's an ultra slow cure. You have to be careful when you take the jars out of cold storage. You must remove the
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  10. That's where you went off the track, assuming I haven't tried most every way. Like I said, I've been growing since 1979. I've dried every which way. I observe and apply science as I learned in college long ago. People dry trim because they have to, not because they want to. Then they make excuses. I don't need to argue. What you call 'argue' I call research. I gave you the benefit of the doubt and used your 'opinion' in my research. Spent some time with you and your ideas. I suggest you read up on the cryo.
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  11. Expains both methods pros and cons. Like i said, i choose wet for simplicity, but dry produces a better overall quality. I am not the only one who thinks this.
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