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  1. Lemons

    Range rovers here in the states have a notorious return rating per vehicle . 6:1 I've never heard of anything else ever coming close. Also never met anynody drives one regularly and said they loved it. Alpha come on man no brainer. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  2. I like to experiment and smoke fast then slow down once the ash is there to help even more. You'll find new flavours and hidden complexity. Almost got rid of my o.r. box of Unicos because of this till I slowed down and realized it wasn't just a pepper bomb back then. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  3. Plain Packaging Options.

    I love the look of certain boxes. I believe looking at a nice set of packaging eases the cost and makes it more of a ritual. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  4. Rotation

    Very interesting. I think I might have to try this. At the moment I tend to think about it I'll need a shirt smoke or a long. Then I think of something that sounds good or of a progress inquirery. If none I go for some brand new single or someone's home roll. I take small shorthand review notes that have a date but I never really think of the last time I've had something other than if it obviously recently. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  5. Sounds almost like making a wine then aerating it into a vinegar under pressure might yield the same results?!? But you'de almost have to nitro the wine then air it? Not so natural after that. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  6. Ammonia can be turned into a nitrite using a biomass. Oxygenated into a nitrate using a heavily oxygenated aerobic biomass. Turned into an oxalate and hydroligized into Ethylene. Basically ran through a wastewater plant or naturally over an extended period of time in a good water based ecosystem. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  7. Newcomer (Newbie) Q&A

    Thanks. Got a whole lot more to learn about some island that has all kinds of "magic dirt" that make a certain plant taste different. I am quite enjoying some brand history from Havana. Cohiba(trinidad) is an interesting little gem to learn about. Gotta figure out how to order a sampler soon enough too.
  8. Does Humid Air Rise or Sink?

    Also it takes a bit of work but I eventually put an active humidifier in my tower. To save space I mounted it with hanger bolts and brackets about 4" from the ceiling. For circulation all I did was glue in 1/2 in square dowles the width of a biveda sheet that runs from the top section down the back and to near the bottom front. I lost 5/8th of an inch of space along the 6 or 8 inch strip along the back. My xikar fan kicks on and circulates air through the humidor. The sheet absorbs or excretes what it needs to 65% and the humidifier only kicks on when the humidor as a whole needs more rh. No more packs for beads in the tower for goinf on 3 years and have only filled the reservoir twice. I also run water gel beads with a couple drops of peroxide. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  9. Does Humid Air Rise or Sink?

    It all depends in humidifier placement and means of air flow. The act of evaporation is in itself a cooling process so as it evaporates it tends to want to sink. After it stabilizes or will rise. I've had this issue when my chsirside seal went bad and with constant evaporation it had a high rh I'm the bottom but constantly was having to recharge my packs and had very info distant stick hydration. Once I replaced the seal I go through maybe 1/10th the packs and I have a 6rh change with the bottom being drier at about a 3ft linear distance. I got an xikar timed fan for winter and everything has been hands off since. I think I'll be removing the fan entirely now and storing some ccs in the bottom now hopefully once I get through some samplers. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  10. Does Humid Air Rise or Sink?

    Now that's some cigar porn. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  11. hot chillies - can they hurt you?

    Love yo grow me some fatalli hot peppers. Trinidad scorpions and ring of fire are a go to too. There are much better tasting hot peppers than hobaneros now too available. Look up dragons breath. I think it's in the 2.xx million Scoville and was bread I'm the hopes of making a oral numbing drug. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  12. Newcomer (Newbie) Q&A

    There are two (in general) classes of bacteria. Aerobic (requires oxygen) and Anaerobic (doesn't require oxygen). When you deprive the critters of their air they will actually mutate and become an anaerobic organism. They will then starve and start using certain chemicals one at a time primarily as their food source. So this slows down the entire process and can In certain situations lead to a controlled fermentation. I've never seen any written publishing on this though Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  13. Newcomer (Newbie) Q&A

    Every week to ever month. Theory is to get fresh air in and let out off gassed gasses from them fermenting still. Ammonia and phosphorus(?) Mainly. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  14. Newcomer (Newbie) Q&A

    If you're in a quick pinch and have an awkwardly sized box painters tape seals it up pretty quickly and doesn't destroy the box when taken off. I've also cling wrapped a parcel of boxes in a pinch after throwing in bovedas and left for a month trip and it worked just fine. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
  15. Newcomer (Newbie) Q&A

    Currently I'm rocking a pound if HF beads and 2 large boveda in my 600ct. I replaced a bunch of the smaller boveda bags with a active humidifier and it still barely runs. The fans mostly circulate the humidity zones when they raise upwards naturally. Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk

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