Here is what I learned from your excellent comments and a bit more research. I, like most people, placed all my emphasis on growing this plant and not enough time in learning to cure it properly. Which is ironic considering I grew up in the US south where curing tobacco was considered an art form.
I found that terpenes are extremely volatile and will evaporate away as low as 72F.
The weed I have turned out to be smokeable. I’ve bought was worse off the streets. It just lacked that last bit of kick and aroma that comes from proper drying/curing as many of you have mentioned.
So, first, I shouldnt have blown so much fan air at them in an attempt to keep temps down. Dried my plants in their own environment. Probably should have kept the humidity a little higher as well.
Two, I think @keystonecops has it right. Low and slow. I’ve got to get the temps down and the humidity up. My current crop will be ready in December. I think I’ll purchase another small grow tent just for drying, keep the room 60-65 degrees and get the humidity up in the drying tent. See if I can make the magic 10 days.
Last, cut the stalks from the plant to create a more even drying area instead of hanging the whole plant. Understand the role stems and stalks and leaves play in the drying process. And treat the plants very carefully. It’s easy to knock off the goodness.
Jarring is worthy of another discussion.
Many thanx for all the comments. I hope to reciprocate soon.