jbreezy24
 Hello all, 
 
I am in need of a small amount of drying space for our premium flower.  Preferably temperature controlled, As we need a slow dry for best smokable flower. Our intention is to sell for smokable, as our flowers should all be in 15% or more CBD range.  Organically grown. Contact me directly for COA‘s and photos/info in more detail.  Our flower is expected to bring top pricing so I can assure you any space loaned out to us would be worthwhile.   We are doing a staged harvest, so we would need the facility over the course of multiple weeks yet very little space will actually be needed.  message me for details or email me at JBLACK417@gmail.com

 With the right price, we would also be interested in wholesaling the flowers directly to you upon harvest, instead of renting out space.
Thanks 
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Antonio Smith
what vicinity are you in ?
i have an open barn15X20 sevierville
perfect for tennessee dry weather 
it is where i plan on drying mine at harvest in December global warming and all! lol kidding
i do have an 8x10 enclosed area that could work

good to have a good plan
proper planning prevents piss poor performance!
6 P's
and K.I.S.S. 
keep is simple stupid!
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jbreezy24
@Antonio Smith i’m in Northern Sumner country, about 3 hours from Sevierville. I’ve been told not to dry more than 1 hour from harvest location. We had a space that was ‘promised’ to us by another local grower who is also harvesting, but he had to harvest more crops than expected prematurely due to caterpillars. The facility is maxed out on space now so we’re in a tough spot. 
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Stanley89
If you search 10x30 "party tents" on Amazon they have pretty cheap water proof covered tents with walls. It isn't climate controlled. However I grew in California for about 6 years. We never dried our harvests in climate controlled conditions and never had any issues with smokeability. You just don't want to let it sit too long as it can over dry. Just make sure you harvest quick and trim it quicker! Best of luck to you! I pray you can find what you need.
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jbreezy24
@Stanley89 you know I was actually thinking about this. I had even been tempted to go ahead and do some test runs inside of my camping tent.  What kind of temperature/humidity levels were you getting out there though? I'm worried about the oven effect here in the next couple weeks, as we have 93 on the forecast saturday.
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Stanley89
I was mostly in Northern California, so it was generally a lot cooler than that. The one positive of those "tents" is that the walls roll up so you'll be able to keep a breeze flowing through. That should be able to reduce the oven effect you are worried about. Ultimately it's a judgement call on your end. However if you don't have another option that may be your best shot.
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