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How To Tell When Buds Are Dry Enough To be Cured

There are many variables to consider when it comes to drying-time: humidity, temperature, air-circulation, bud-density, bud-size, manicure/trim, and the method of drying are all major factors.
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How To Dry Buds

In order to dry the crop is to hang the buds upside-down from their stem, from a string or wire that has been secured to a wall or any other stationary object.
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Preparing The Harvest

Curing your harvest is an important step in the cultivation process.
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Drying buds part 1

After trimming it is now time to dry out buds.
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Does Smoking Weed Indoors Affect Children's Health?

Can weed use indoors effect on children's health?
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Drive off anxiety with this CBD Arnold Palmer drink recipe

As far as compatible flavors, you can make it high-powered with a weed infusion featuring CBD
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Harvesting Weed via Cutting

You’ll need some pruning shears, some real sharp sturdy scissors, some type of clothesline type of set-up that you can hang the plants on, a smell proof room that’s dry and cool and if possible a T-55 silkscreen to work over when you're doing the manicuring.
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The Best Time to Harvest Weed

The question of when to harvest weed plants is a question that puzzles many new growers. Most farmers’ goal is to pluck the fruit at the exact moment when the potency of the bud is at is peak. Realistically, the skills needed to detect the specific day (or even hour) when a plant is at its peak can only be acquired through years of experience. However, even the novice grower should be able detect the window of time during which the harvest results in premier crop of outstanding dank bud.