Paper bag drying method question , Discussion in ' Harvesting And Curing ' started by pocw94 , Sep 29, I dry the buds for days but when stem still bends, then I place them into large heavy paper sacks, open once per day for days then into jars which I open no more than once per day.
After another days it is basically cured enough for some good smoke Hogg , Sep 30, I usally leave about a 6 " stem attached with buds so that they can have some structure to air out and not get moldy or sit directley on top of each other.
But it is totally up to you it will not hurt anything. Its all about research and development. LoS3r , Oct 3, I have put them straight from chopping into bags well pruned nuggets on stems and jarred it in less then a week. Iif you are going to use bags, they will dry out small amounts of weed very quicky, so keep a close eye on them! Puffbig , Oct 29, Barrelhse , Oct 29, Hogg , Oct 30, The bag acts like a dehydrator removing moisture and keeping things in the dark.
I put into the bag or box, after a few days and trimming the big leaves and brown tips if any, then when it feels crispy on the outside leaf I put it into a light sealed glass container to cure out. Microcrepping is done by drying with loose draws allowing it to shrink. A paper sack can be made of several layers of sack paper depending on the toughness needed. Kraft paper is produced on paper machines with moderate machine speeds. The raw material is normally softwood pulp from the kraft process.
Maintaining a high effective sulfur ratio or sulfidity is important for the highest possible strength using the kraft process. The kraft process can use a wider range of fiber sources than most other pulping processes. All types of wood, including very resinous types like southern pine ,  and non-wood species like bamboo and kenaf can be used in the kraft process. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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