Thanks for your input on my current first grow. I do know a few things about boveda packs, and have nothing but good things to say about them.
Theoretically, you should be able to put the packs together in a jar for storage and they will last forever.
I use boveda 69% for pipe tobacco. The small packs have lasted about 8 months and still going strong. Haven’t used the big packs because most of my containers are small. Though, my pops uses them for his larger table cigar humidors and nothing else.
I got some 62% with curing in mind, and have had one in my smoke jar for the last few months. It seems to help with wet/dry bud.
If you haven’t researched how they work it’s pretty !@#$ genius. Huge for cigar/pipe smokers, cannabis, medical stuff all sorts of things that need consistent humidity.
All I can say is I couldn’t be happier with boveda packs as far as my tobacco goes. I’ve bought over 30 of them and I think I threw away one that started getting hard. Super easy no hassle way to keep humidity.
I would use them both for storage and curing. Granted I’m 4 weeks away from my first time curing, if you want constant consistent humidity that’s what they do.
All I’m saying is if pipe and cigar smokers use them for their 100 dollar cigars or 20 year old pipe tobacco, they most definitely work and work well.