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remove marijuana seeds

I would basically like to know the best way to remove seeds from bud that was seeded at different times?

What I mean is that there are some fully developed seeds that are brown, firm and drop out somewhat easily, the rest are green/white/yellow in colour and are much harder to remove from the bud I plan to smoke.

I’m looking for something more than just pulling the seeds out by hand, as I would like to save as much of the resin as possible without disturbing it and causing it to break off. I tried removing the bigger seeds and grinding it up and then removing the seed flakes i could see, but this is very tedious and a lot of the seed is mixed in with the bud that is indistinguishable at least to my eye. I couldn’t think of anything else that would do the trick. Any suggestions?

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By keeping the healthiest seeds from your harvest it will help to ensure a higher germination rate when you decide to plant them.

Buds that are cured well have more potency than buds that have not been cured or have been cured for only a short time. Many times, after a grower has dried their buds in a growing room, the buds will appear to be dry but still contain moisture. When these buds are placed in an airtight jar or container they will be moist and soft. If this occurs you will need to re-dry your buds before cannabis curing.

Be sure to check the cannabis curing containers several times a day during the first week or so of curing. Once the buds are dried evenly throughout, they are ready to seal in an airtight container and put in storage.

Seed Crops

When packaging and storing marijuana, you will want to have them stored in an airtight container environment since this will help to preserve the aroma, taste, and potency of your buds. Using a vacuum sealer to remove all of the air in glass jars, bags, etc. are great things to do before storing them in a refrigerator.

Refrigeration of buds will slow down the decomposition of the buds. If the container that you are using is not airtight and is placed in the refrigerator, the buds will be exposed to higher levels of humidity which is not good for your buds.

If the stems fold instead of snapping when you bend them and buds are still moist then remove them from the container they are in and place them into a paper bag to be dried. If buds seem to have additional moisture you will want to leave them in the container with the lid off to let the excess moisture escape.

Keep in mind that the longer the female plant has been in the blooming cycle the harder and longer it will be to change her back into a vegetative cycle. After four (4) to six (6) weeks of the plant is under the vegetative light the plant will be reverted back to a vegetative state.