Dry trimming is removing the plant leaves after the plant has dried for usually between 10-14 days or until stem snaps and buds are dry, crunchy and spongy at the same time. (8-10% humidity).
Wet trimming refers to removing the plant leaves as soon as the plant is harvested.
Both have their own pros and cons. Dry trimming slows down drying time and can prevent terpenes loss. It's said to be a smoother/tastier end product and doesn't get everything too sticky. The cons are that you have to handle the buds more carefully to prevent terpenes from getting broken off. Wet trimming will allow for you to dry your product faster, takes up less space and wet trimming is probably the easiest for novices. One of the cons of wet trimming is that it is very sticky from the terpene loss. We recommend a combination of the two methods.
It is usually ready within 10-14 days when the stem snaps and buds are dry, crunchy and spongy at the same time. (8-10% humidity).
Rosin is a solid form of resin obtained from the plant. You make Rosin by exposing cannabis to heat and pressure in order to force out the terpenes and cannabinoids found in the plant's trichome glands. It is semi-transparent and varies in color from yellow to black.
You can dispose of the trimmed material in accordance with your local laws and regulations of your area or you can use the trimmed material to make rosin, edibles, tinctures, kief, hash, and so much more.
No, we will clean the machine Free of charge once it has been picked up and/or returned to our facilities.