lets see if this hits the spot @Grand Daddy Black .... your jar was reading 62% rh and your buds read 15% with the wmm ... you took them out of the jar and what happened in the jar is it filled with the rh of your home average is around 50% you let the buds dry out to 10-11% which just in doing that without putting the air exchange in the jar into the equation would have reduced your rh by and around 4.5% taking that 62% rh down to 57.5% rh now putting them back in the jar distplacing the 50% rh air ...you are probably sitting at 53.7 -54% rh I'm guessing .I'm not sure what I'm looking for. This issue only arose because when I used the moisture meter and let the buds get down to 11% when I jarred them again their hygrometers were (are) reading in the low 50s. I may rehydrate them.
Anyway, next time I use the WMM I'll go for a target of 14% and see what they do once jarred.
Thanks, @No Pain. Every little bit helps!
Now onto at what percentage of moisture should I put my buds in a jar ... keeping in mind that the only reason people who use jars burp them is to remove excess humidity and taking into account curing rh is 58-60 % rh ..some people may say different ..... did you happen to do a WMM reading before you Jarred them ? if not thats okay ....so look at the 15% wmm reading you had and the rh being 62 % i would say 11-12% reading on the wmm will put you at 58-59 % rh in the jar once the moisture has redistributed through the flower in an air tight container .... just remember that if you follow that and you have a stable reading of 58-60% rh in the jar when you first jar them ... you will not have to burb the jar ...you only open the lid if it goes above the highest reading .......be sure to test your rh gauge to make sure its accurate .