- May 25, 2011
- near Blacksburg, VA
If it's warmer inside than outside, unless if you have a sauna or indoor swimming pool, it's going to be more dry inside. Or did I misunderstand the question?Sounds good! Do you think I should leave the doors open to let more humidity in or was that humidity change just a coincidence?
Hi Alan - congrats on the harvest and successful curing! If the green leaves at the top of the plant are completely dry, they will not turn brown. It's probably best just to compost those. As long as the leaves are in case, and won't crack when handled, you can put those in a sealed container for storage. Many people "kiln" their leaves at 125* for 4-6 weeks to speed age the leaf. There's tutorials on how to build your own kill for free-to-cheap on this forum.
Otherwise, you can just leave them in a cardboard box for year to age on their own. Leaves don't age if they're completely dry. They need some moisture, but no so much that mold is encouraged. If they're flexible enough to handle without damage, there's enough moisture for aging.