rh in my curing jar is at 65 but buds feel crispier than what they should, is this normal until they cure a bit and the moisture has time to even out through the buds
Sound like you may have over dried it
Givem a chance. The moisture will spread.
If you have not already give the meters 24 hours before you take a look at them they’re cheap and it takes them a little while to settle in. Good luck
yea im thinking this is the case bc i broke a nug up and just the very outside layer was crispy, rolled up and burned how it should pretty much- minus the nice taste bc its not cured yet lol
Keep us posted, I use the small Round ones and I’ve noticed it takes about 24 hours.
@kellydans also a correction- not using jars, im using the terploc grove bags
The moisture deep in the stems and flowers will “sweat” and even out. Unless you overly dried, then you can take a leaf or two and throw it in the jar until buds rehydrate a teeny bit.
The Grove Bags “breath” to maintain a steady 58-62% rh. If you can, get a wood moisture meter. Jabs it in the buds and check it. 10-12% moisture content is ideal to begin curing.