Outdoor Cannabis Grow best tips for Harvesting, drying and trimming your buds



outdoorgrow #harvest #cannabis This this video we talk about my outdoor grow and how I harvest trim and dry my plants. This is a legal marijuana grow and …

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  1. Do you have any experience in "cleaning" your buds or plants after harvest?
    Let's say I know someone who does guerrilla and because of heavy rain he always has dirt and sand on the lower buds.. any tips?

  2. Actually to break down anything you have to put it at 60% humidity for at least a month While burping for the 1st 4 week once A-day Then ones a weak What this is doing is sweating the buds in a sealed environment breaking down chlorophyll wild capturing terpene and locking in flavors Then you get a gavita pack for moisture for a long term cure At 62% humidity Cannabis cup winners have at least 6 month cure this way. and 16% humidity is like smoking Hey Normally you wanna hang dry for 7 to 14 days In 60 Humidity and 60 temp For your plants to have the longer hang dry and actually break down anything before you jar

  3. Nice video. I harvest straight off the plant now, Ive been in that situation with weed hanging and it takes me soooooo much longer to cut the dry leaf. Right off the plant, then hang it and it looks amazing. But I deal with huge amounts by myself, so I find that suits me. Plus I find the drying leaf has a differn't smell that takes away from the plant. Just my 2 cents. Cheers.

  4. Yeah that freeze is a killer here in Michigan. The rain also. I cut small spots of mold every year too. The temperature range is a bitch too. Too hot during flowering, causing leafy buds. I need a green house ..with a removable top..and electricity. Hmm..

  5. If you bend the stem and it snaps or breaks into instantly the bud is dry and ready to cure. If the stem bends or bends too much before it breaks it's not done drying. The big water leaves always dry first.

  6. i will just tell you what i think and you can figure out why , i think boiling wateris good for greens . and i think marawana can build up a lot of fat in it , i think metals take the fat out if desired .

  7. Want better up closeup shots go grab a small magnifying glass and attach to phone works great I used a Swiss army knife magnifying glass cut it off the knife and glued it to my phone it's almost like a macro lens

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