How Wizard NPK Cures His Marijuana Buds… Foolproof Way To Achieve Top Shelf Results Consistently!



In this video I go in depth and explain how we dry and harvest our plants, and how we cure them to make some of the dankest medicine who is the most …

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  1. My experiments with bovada have shown them to steal flavor. Did a side by side of ounces from the same plant in identical Mason jars and clearly the bovada lowered flavor and aroma.

  2. Hi Wizard NPK. Why there are no big buds on these 3 plants?They all look like small, almost popcorn buds. Has it to do with the genetics of the strain? And what are the differencies/advantages of
    drytrimming as I can observe, u dry the whole plant, so I assume that u trim after drying process.

  3. When someone wants to step up and start up 420 In Plain Sight I have created the website and several other startup businesses that need help. Michigan has made it legal to have 12 plants per adult. The doors have swung open to make it happen. I would like to include all of your videos on my pages.

  4. I just want to be clear the as soon as you hang the plant up to dry that is the drying/curing process putting it into jars is continuing the process end of discussion

  5. Try this. If you cut them down at the base, like you've done here, do it at the end of the last dark cycle. DON'T ALLOW LIGHT TO TOUCH THE PLANTS UNTIL THEY"VE BEEN SEVERED! Or, if you harvest during the day, pull the plant out by the roots and dry them too. Try it. It really makes a big difference.

  6. Thank you, thank you! I've been looking for straight forward advice on drying and curing. I feel that will truly make the difference between good bud and great bud. When you put a lot of love into your babies, you want to get the most from the fruits of your labor. What sense does it make to baby your plants for months only to get lazy at the end?
    Is there a place where you might field questions? I'm interested to know how best to control the climate of my drying chamber. Knowing the parameters of easy. There's not much of a budget, so low cost solutions are a must.
    I'm grateful to you for sharing your valuable, hard-earned, knowledge.

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