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best temperature and humidity for growing weed

Best temperature and humidity for growing weed

You may be tempted to speed up the drying process but it has been shown that slow and steady wins the race. Rushing the process and exposing your crop to high temperatures will almost certainly reduce the quality, and result in diminished flavor and even potentially a “poor and uncomfortable high.” Good luck explaining that to your investors or to a discerning dispensary that has numerous growers vying for their shelf space.

On behalf of their customers, dispensaries are looking for consistent quality and a range of products. So while the opportunity to run a lucrative and stable growing business has increased dramatically, there is more and more pressure for growers to produce a consistently high-quality product in order to turn increased demand into increased dollars.

Over the last decade, more and more states have chosen to legalize the sale of both medicinal and recreational marijuana. Even without national legalization, the U.S. marijuana market was worth $9.2 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach $47.3 billion by 2027, a growth rate of 514% over 10 years (source: Arcview Market Research and BDS Analytics).

Here again is the equipment you can use to help you attain these levels:

Drying Room Conditions

The increased humidity levels allow seedlings to take water in through the leaves while their root systems are developing.

Widely regarded as the preferred method, “wet trimming” offers the most control and quality assurance. It also has the added benefit of allowing you to collect the “sugar leaves” which contain lower cannabinoid levels and can be stored separately to be processed into edibles at a later time. Remember that “High THC; low Cannabinoid level oil” states list from before? This is where that product comes from.

As the roots are now more developed, they’re able to perform most of the needed water uptake with evaporation through the leaves now cooling the plants.

The Four Stages of Plant Cycle

To get started, you’ll want to buy a hygrometer and a thermometer. With these tools, you can accurately monitor and then alter humidity and temperature conditions in an attempt to strive for repeatable quality levels time and time again.

As the number and size of dispensaries grow, so do consumer expectations of the quality of marijuana products and the availability of diverse and unique brands. As in the wine industry, premier brand names can command a price ten or more times that of an average product.

Best temperature and humidity for growing weed

Tips for controlling the heat in the grow space using an exhaust system

This plant is drooping after experiencing a cold night

Drying & Curing – Temperature is incredibly vital to the drying & curing process. A professional dry/cure is one of the most significant factors when it comes to producing top-shelf buds.

A plant that is grown in relatively cold temps can survive, but it will never grow as fast or as well as a plant living in a good environment. Indoor plants tend to be much more susceptible to cold than outdoor grown plants.

7 Essential Concepts About Temperature Control

Buds that have been professionally dried and cured are more potent, denser, smoother to smoke, look better, and have that coveted “sticky-icky” feeling.

And while you’re here…

More About the Upper Limits of Temperature

Temperature & Humidity Adjustment Cheat Sheet

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Learn more about how to professionally dry & cure your buds here: https://www.growweedeasy.com/how-to-cure-buds