The ideal temperature and relative humidity for drying cannabis is between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit with a relative humidity between 45% to 55%. It typically takes 5 to 15 days to dry cannabis flower depending on the temperature and humidity levels. It's important to maintain consistent environment of temperature and relative humidity throughout the drying period. 

Desert Aire’s DriCure™ Dehumidification Systems are specifically designed as an all-in-one solution for cannabis drying rooms. These commercial dehumidification systems feature scalable designs to provide drying room solutions when plants are just harvested; and then regulate humidity levels as harvested plants dry in approximately 7 to 14 days. It will handle the complete year-round dehumidification, heating and cooling needs of the room. Learn more: View DriCure™ brochure.

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