Drying Process

Plants are then hung on drying racks and enter the “Drying and Curing” phase. These plants undergo a “low and slow” dry for 10-14 days. During this time, light exposure is limited to mitigate THC decomposition and the room’s environmental conditions are carefully monitored to keep temperature and humidity levels at optimal levels.

Drying rooms are partitioned in our facility to ensure that “wet” plants are not mixed with plants that are well into their drying phase, allowing a more consistent drying process and improving the final quality of the cannabis flower and trim.

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