I watched a long video on Retrix's thread from an end-to-end cannabis company in Vegas, and that was exactly what they described, which is the info I passed on to @Reave. Drive the external moisture out quickly to avoid mold, and then slow the process down so as not to hurry the drying process.it is good to start the drying process with quite low ambient RH and let the RH rise as the plant dries (so it dries a bit quickly and then slower as it reaches the optimum).
Great info Krip!They will continue to cure as long as the RH remains ABOVE 55%. If the RH drops below 55%, they stop curing and, even if you raise the humidity back up, they will not cure any further.
I’m incredibly gratefulBeautiful photograph Amy! Congratulations on another great win