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      Exclamation Trimming, Drying and Curing 101

      Trimming, Drying and Curing are a craft that must be mastered in order to maximize taste and potency. Many talented growers fail to implement some of the following techniques and the result is not to maximum potential. This problem is compounded by the fact that most growers feel his/her pot is better than everyone else's. Try to tell a grower whom is your friend that he/she could do a better job on trimming and curing, this will usually result in the end of a friendship. A good trim and cure can make the difference between green tasting, hard to burn nugs, and smooth clean burning dank.
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