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El Clandestino general cultivation tips



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Drying and curing..
You cut your plant(s) down, take off all the largest and middle large leaves. The small ones you leave on for evaporation of the remaining moist in the plant. Then you pick a nice dark, dry, 18 Celsius well ventilated room to cure the buds. Use something like a laundry line and hang them up-side-down. Now you have to go through the toughest phase.. the waiting!

NOTE: some people prefer curing the plant fresh and hanging the branches to dry.

After 3-4 weeks you feel the crunchiness of the leaves and flowers. Try gently to pull a couple of leaves, if they let go easy, she's ready. If not.. you'll have to wait a bit longer. The curing is less of a hassle when she's dried well.

Curing basically means; cutting off the remaining leaves on the bud and finding the right storage so you can keep up the quality till your next harvest. Storage suggestion; Wooden wine boxes with lid are perfect!

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