Hope I’m not too late. My flower took only 3 days to dry with a wet trim. The RH in my basement is around 30-45% so i had the humidifier on outside my tent so the plants weren’t getting direct humidity and it kept it right at a steady 55% and 70 degrees inside the tent.
I put them in 3 16 oz mason jars 4 days ago with a 62% Boveda pack and a very cheap Amazon hygrometer in each. I had to leave for a few days but told my roommate to check the humidity and make sure its near 62% and burp it a few times a day.
I got back today and found out its been at 55% every since i left. He thought it was near enough to 62%. I can’t blame him, I technically didn’t tell him how near lmao! I placed a second Boveda pack in and its been 8 hours now and still no changes. I tried putting in my inkbird humidity control sensor, thinking maybe it was the cheap hygrometers and shut the lid on it and a minute later it dropped down to read 53% also
The buds still have an earthy, plant smell with just a hint of skunkiness. I don’t know what hay smells like so i can;t tell you if it smells like hay The buds do feel like they have moisture in them but when i take a small piece out it dries to a crisp within a half hour.
What can i do or am i screwed? Thanks