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The slower u can dry your bud the better.  14 days at 13 degrees C 64% RH in complete darkness , bag at 11% moisture content in the bud 
Damn, that would require aircon pretty much throughout the day and sometimes at night too in the summer

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Requires more than aircon it requires you to controll the RH as well , run the ac to long and the air drys to much. Look I know this out of reach for most people but you want it to be as close to that as you can get . This will give you 11% moisture content in the flowers  which is what we all aiming for and the best way to get there is as slow as you can .

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I agree the slower you dry without mold the better. I just dried a harvest in my grow tent 22 degrees 40%rh 7 days a bit quicker than I like but I just take it off a day early and burp jars to slow it down. 

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Recieved a call yesterday from a friends mother who found a dagga plant in her backyard asking me to come have a look. This plant is in full flower and probably will be ready for harvest next week. Don't know how a photoperiod is ready to harvest this time of year, but who's complaining!

I have also read up on bud washing and will be using this plant as an experiment, washing half of them before curing. It seems as though bud washing has more pro's than cons. 06d3ef151b6231391d967a10c8ac1e76.jpgde49cda93bf86510b7778352439a1ea2.jpg

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Budwashing is great bru, I do it. Gets rid of most of the shit that lands on your skyf while it's growing. There are a few vids on YouTube.

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