What does the paper bag do?

Discussion in 'Harvesting and Processing Marijuana' started by SweetBudLady, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. I've read and heard of several different ways to cure your harvest. One step that I've heard about is using a paper bag either before or after putting your buds in mason jars. I'm simply curious as to what the paper bag does. Is it a matter of preference? Is it an essential step? If it is essential, why? I'm relatively new at growing and have just started my first harvest of the season. Right now everything is hanging, and they still have a few days before the next step. I would appreciate any feed back on what the next step should be, paper bag? Or mason jar? Thanks.

  2. Just skip to mason jars after hanging and throw in some 62 percent humdi-packs so they don't grow mold. Paper bags are meant for this
  3. The paper bag draws out moisture

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