I debated on whether to post this in harvest and processing or here and I figured I would get better insight here. when I buy fruit that's not ripe I buy and additional piece of fully ripened fruit to put with the unripe fruit in a sealed bag. the 1 ripe peach or banana gives off ethylene gas to ripen the other fruit much faster than if left on their own , with this in mind if i placed a ripe banana with fresh buds in a drying box would the banana accelerate the ripening process for the buds and if so would the CBD and CBN be higher due to accelerated ripening? would flavor characteristics be affected? i was thinking that this might work to produce a more pronounced couchlock without leaving the buds on the plant for an additional 1-2 weeks. could the couchlock be produced simply by an environment high in ethylene gas(dry box)? has anyone tried to accelerate bud ripening in this manner? i'm curious to see what effect a ethylene rich environment and a slow drying time would have on buds and if it could produce a noticeable change in the herb.does anyone have any insight on this or the effects of ethylene on cannabis?