Whether you grow your own cannabis or pay top-dollar for top-shelf bud, it’s probably a question you’ve asked more than once:
How long will my cannabis stay good in storage?
Truth is, it’s relatively uncommon for the average stoner to end up with more high-quality cannabis than they can consume within a couple of weeks. As a result, long-term storage doesn’t tend to be an issue for most. But if you cultivate cannabis at home, there’s every chance you’ll find yourself with a bigger harvest than you know what to do with.
The good news being that when cannabis is properly dried and cured, its shelf life can be extended as far as six months. Nevertheless, the length of time your cannabis remains good for will be determined almost exclusively by how and where you store it.
So with this in mind, what follows is a brief introduction to the most important factors to consider when storing cannabis:
Ideal Cannabis Storage Temperatures
Cannabis storage temperature management is all about preventing mould and mildew from setting in. Temperatures between 77° F and 86° F being something of a ‘danger zone’ for organic matter. In addition, it’s worth noting that higher