SuperCloset is proud to bring you the SupHerb Dryer drying cabinet, the first professional vertical herb/flower drying cabinet in the world. The SupHerb Dryer drying cabinet has been designed to blend into almost any area, perfect for the home, office, or pretty much anywhere!
The Supherb Dryer drying cabinet provides the ideal drying environment. It is important to state that all SuperCloset Grow Boxes and Grow Rooms can act as a good drying cabinet in and of themselves. As much as everyone loves the SupHerb Dryer, we believe that we have to tell you that your SuperCloset will also double as a drying cabinet when you harvest your plants in any SuperCloset system. The benefit with adding the SupHerb Dryer is that you will have a professional separate wooden drying chamber designed specifically for perfectly drying plants. With pine & mahogany walls throughout and several adjustable hanging rods, the drying process is quick and simple. In addition, you will save time and money by not disrupting the Continual Harvest Rotation in your SuperCloset. The SupHerb Dryer is a wonderful addition to all SuperCloset systems and is becoming a huge hit with all growers who want the absolute best and fastest drying experience!
What does it mean to dry plants? What are some of important details?
Drying plants requires several key elements. First and foremost, the way you dry your herbs is VERY IMPORTANT. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise. It makes the difference between average and exceptional for many professionals. Any Master Grower will tell you that the best way to dry a plant is to hang it upside down, VERTICALLY, not horizontally. This allows the plants internal water and nutrients to seep down to the flower of the plant. Since the fruit/flower will be the last part of the plant to dry, hanging them upside down will thereby improve the quality in 3 primary areas: the look, the smell, and the taste of the fruit/flower. Laying plants down to dry horizontally may cause the weight of the top portion of the flower to crush the bottom portion. Laying plants horizontally may also increase the chance of mold, mildew, and rot.
The second primary factor is the drying time. If you dry a plant too fast, then the outside of the flower will be crisp and dehydrated, while the interior will stay damp and moist. Not a good balance. Dry a plant too slowly and it will become highly susceptible to mold and mildew, especially if humidity levels are out of range.
A good drying cabinet will have several key design elements:
- Solid Construction
- Regulated Airflow
- Low Humidity
- Constant Temperature
- Dry, Warm Climate
The SupHerb Dryer Masterfully Manages All of These Elements Creating the Absolute SUPHERB Drying Environment!