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    Hi everyone. This is my first post here whoop dee doo!

    My buds have been curing in mason jars for about a month. I’m burping every other day. Is it ok to transfer to Mylar bags for long term storage now? (I use 100cc OAs in a quart size bag with 1 oz of bud.) I’m thinking it should be ok now-the buds hung in my closet til the branches would snap before the jars) But never tried it before. Just beans and rice upntil now lol.

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    I would leave them in jars for storage... why the mylar bags?
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_C View Post
    I would leave them in jars for storage... why the mylar bags?
    I harvested 9 ounces of bud this season. If I designate most for long term storage, (I consume an ounce a year) less chance of it going bad. I’m talking 5 to ten years with the Mylar maybe longer with Oxygen Absorbers.

    I’m sure I’m thinking straight on this. Just wanted to throw it out to see if anyone had my answer.

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    I've never managed to get my bud to last that long

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    I had half oz on Thursday and its gone already lol

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    An oz a year?! Im a lightweight and even i couldnt make a zip last that long!

    As already said, id keep in a sealed jar ???? maybe chuck a boveda in there to keep rh stable

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    can you vacuum pack weed? then it’s 100% airtight until you wana use it, you’ll probably end up with some loss of the quality of your bud?

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    I doubt you'll manage to maintain that average of an ounce a year if you have 9 ounce laying around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habanerojefe View Post
    I harvested 9 ounces of bud this season. If I designate most for long term storage, (I consume an ounce a year) less chance of it going bad. I’m talking 5 to ten years with the Mylar maybe longer with Oxygen Absorbers.

    I’m sure I’m thinking straight on this. Just wanted to throw it out to see if anyone had my answer.
    That would last me about 6 weeks

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    An ounce a year? Those are rookie numbers, you need to step it up a few levels dog.

    I'm only jealous, me and my girl blasted over three ounces in a month after my last harvest. Big fucking spliffs like the back end of a pool cue all day long.


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