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    Is there any problem if the environment bud is curing in falls to 13 Deg c ?

    I've just checked my grove bags and the sensors are reading 13 Deg c and 62%rh....

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    I've read that 15-21 Deg c is the ideal temperature range for a curing room/ cupboard.

    What effect would going below 15 Deg c have on the buds? the humidity is in the right range

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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthbonger View Post
    Is there any problem if the environment bud is curing in falls to 13 Deg c ?

    I've just checked my grove bags and the sensors are reading 13 Deg c and 62%rh....
    It will just take longer to cure!


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    While 13°C is a bit on the cooler side for curing, it's not necessarily problematic as long as the humidity is stable around 62% RH. The main effect of a lower temperature is that the curing process might take longer. The cooler environment slows down the breakdown of chlorophyll and other compounds in the buds.

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    I have always found keeping the lower temps slowing down the process of curing always give me better results, as long as your happy to sit on your hands and wait you won’t regret slowing the process. Patience brings quality just keep an eye on your hydrometer and your golden.

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