Anyone using "grove bags" to cure?

I agree with you there. It’ll be my first time using them instead of jars with humidity packs. That’s the problem with jars, after harvest, you have to remember to burp them or let them get air to get humidity out if buds are still abit wet.

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I don’t think we can ever have enough Grove bags… :joy:

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a dedicated weed storage refrigerator,so you @Carpenter :rofl:

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Heck ya!!! :joy:
Set on the lowest setting puts the temps at 56-57 degrees Fahrenheit
Love it. Just need to fill it up now…

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Do u get any condensation in the bags after a while in the fridge?

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No haven’t had that issue.
RH can drop over time because there is 25% RH in the fridge.
Occasionally need to add a fan leaf to the bigger bags. 1/4lb and up… to bring the moisture back.

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I keep one in my grove bag all the time. My opinion of them… great concept. Technology pretty cool. And they absolutely maintain those humidity levels. (If you dried the bud down to about 11 percent. And then put in bag. It works great. My only issue is that as your supply demishes. The humidy rises up to71 percent bit much.


I just finished drying latest and experimenting with the cold temp curing. Currentky. Inside the bag in freezer.
Screenshot_20220921-120335_Govee Home

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