A question from a fellow grower:
I have a question about curing. I have heard way back in the 70s that some growers used to just let the soil dry up at the end of a grow and break the flower tops just enough so they still hung from the plant and allowed the weed to dry up while still in the soil. I also heard this forces the plant to try to save these tops and pump all the remaining thc in to these tops.
I have looked for any information on this topic but found non. I am certain this would produce a profound couch lock effect but that is what I am looking for. Any reason not to do this? Would I be wasting my plant trying this as an experiment?
Thank you for you in put. I have some cannabis that I am waiting extra long to harvest this time. I have flushed it very well and am using soil, the soil is still very damp and I think I may be able to squeeze another 2 weeks. I could lower the humidity with a dehumidifier and dry the soil out completely. What do you think?