⛺ Tent Grow: GDP & GSC Extreme ILGM

Nice :+1:t2: coloring on them buds look :eyes: nice :+1:t2::dash::seedling:

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@PhilLeshPhan,

  • ((#Harvesting)): (#Congratulations): :older_woman: :herb: :green_thumb:

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@PhilLeshPhan,

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Anyone have any experience using a moisture meter? @Vicc @SilverGrobo @ToddYYC ? I purchased one from Amazon after a Reddit user recommended it for checking the perfect time to switch from drying to curing… picked one up for about $30 on Amazon, the type with two prongs used to detect mold in drywall.

Glad I have it, as the buds may have been jarred up today because they were dry to the touch. After testing with the moisture meter most buds were reading around 20%. I’ve read 10-12% is the sweet spot for jarring up. Anyone else have experience using these?

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I have never used a moisture meter for drying and curing, I’ve always used the slow dry trim / cure method for minimal of 10 days and jar when 70% or more of the stems snap.

Seems interesting to gauge it by the bud internal moisture, I can imagine it would vary depending on how dense or Airy your buds are as well

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178 grams of flower jarred up and curing, about another 60-100 grams still needing trimmed and another plant still drying. Also harvested my Grobo plant today (another GDP) and found a lot more purple coloring on it than my tent GDPs. The roots looked almost funky so I’m hoping it dries and cures fine!

Will have a final count in the next couple of days. Very happy!!

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