My buds are in jars, but too dry (44%). Could I add back a fresh leaf or two from a vegging plant to being the humidity up?
Don’t see why not. some people use orange peel
Yes you can add fresh leaves or just a few drops of plain water (in a tissue for example). Or a slice of your preferred fruit if you’re high on a nice sativa and feeling creative, i have used lemon for Super Lemon Haze many times… Basicly anything that has moisture will do the job. Just stuck it in the jar for a night and check the results next day. Start soft and if not satisfactory, add more moisture and check again next day. Works just fine.
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I use tubs for curing from 1 - 1.5 lbs…if my moisture levels get too low I place a moistened sponge in a plastic bag which I place inside the tub until my moisture levels are where I want them to be.
There’s this product on a market nowadays called BOVEDA 62. Designed to keep the humidity at 62 percent at all times (which is supposed to be the ideal humidity). If your buds too moist it will absorb the excess moisture or if it’s too dry, it will release the humidity back to 62 percent. Haven’t tried them myself so can’t praise but check them out if interested.
I use boveda packs as well but they take a long time to significantly change the moisture levels. I use the boveda for maintaining moisture levels after they are stable.
I basically do the same thing just used to maintain after completing a slow drying and and curing process.
Yeah, sounds smart!
I’ve been using humidity packs like Bóveda since 1998. They have gotten better and better.
Boost, Boveda, or orange peels will work. Nice idea with the sponge, Merlin!