420 with CNW – Why Humidity Matters During Cannabis Cultivation
For centuries, wine merchants have been cognizant that sticking to every step of the winemaking process is crucial in ensuring the quality and value of the end product. So, they have to be cautious from cultivation and harvesting techniques to fermentation, aging, and packaging of the wine. This strict process of winemaking is now being adopted in the production of marijuana. Professionals who have worked in the consumer-packaged-goods (CPG) sector for several decades have been interested in finding out how the quality and value of marijuana flower is affected by post-harvest storage and packaging. After conducting research, it was found that the most significant issues affecting quality and value are storage conditions and humidity levels, as well as the challenge of preventing mold. Researching about what happens to marijuana once it is harvested is the Boveda research team, which previously studied humidity control in manufactured and CPG products. What prompted the research is the fact that there wasn’t much information on marijuana storage. The most surprising finding is the impact of evaporation on the quality and sale of weed. The loss of moisture in marijuana affects the overall product. Profitability is equated to the weight of the cannabis flower in…
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