I have tried to do it like that, but it is just so much harder for me. I find it incredibly difficult to do a final trim after they are dry. I have to handle them so much more that I am sure that I am doing damage. I hang my buds on the lines so they do not touch each other, so that is not a concern.
i feel the exact opposite THG lol. handling when they are wet and fragile makes me worry about harming them. When they(leaves) are dry and hanging opposite direction, all u gotta do is flip it upside down and snip the exposed stem. Almost NO chopping action needed with scissor and ZERO carpal tunnel lol
the leaves will just fall off with a poke. No real cutting
i forgot to ask...how do you wet trimmers dry your sweet leaf?
I used to throw away ALL my trim years ago because the huge piles were impossible for me to dry properly and i didnt make concentrates. Drying on screens and tumbling it everyday sure made my hands sticky and gave me another headache.
I just always threw away wet trim cause it started to smell green.
Dry trim is damn near smokable and instantly ready for processing!
Arghhhhhhhhh! Wife cleaned up and i cant find them! Now she is at work...
I have 3 GC test printouts from the same grinded nug.
1/3 of the nug as a standard (4week since cut)
2nd and 3rd test consisted of storing 1/3 of that ground up nug in freezer for a month(8 weeks since cut); AND storing 1/3 of that nug next to freezer in same style container for one month.
We did this to see what effect freezing had on the levels of THC, CBD, & CBN. And we did the test 3 times. (waste of a nice 1/4oz)
I posted results a few weeks ago in a curing thread but instead of typing them again ill post the actual GC printout. ill make a thread as soon as a cannachemistry emails me a second copy or the woman gets home