Bucking cannabis on a large scale sucks. But it doesn’t have to. The Twister B4 ‘Bucker’ raises the bar on single piece flow by adding advanced, patent-pending cannabis bucking technology to your process flow, replacing the work that crews of 10-15 used to do by hand. Process up to 150+ lbs/hr (fully hydrated) with one unit!
It's Here!! The Twister B4 Bucker
02/10/2018 08:43 PM by Twister Education Team
The Power of Automation for Harvesting Cannabis: Cultivate Podcast Ep. 10 (VIDEO)
17/09/2018 12:08 PM by Twister Education Team
In May 2018, while attending Lift Expo in Toronto, our very own VP of Business Development and Partner at Twister, Matt Christopherson, sat down to record Episode 10 of Boveda's "Cultivate" Podcast, hosted by Drew Emmer, and Scott Swail.
In this episode, we bring you an authentic conversation about the industry—covering the benefits of automation and how it increases efficiencies when scaling up in this fast-paced environment as well the importance of maintaining proper flower moisture content that is ideal for harvest, sale, and consumption.
announcing: Twister and Boveda industry PARTNERship
Twister and Boveda's partnership was organically cultivated over an alignment on moisture content, a passion for the industry and education being a core pillar of our business.
Interested in learning more about Boveda? Check out the links below.
Cannabis Trimming Tips: How Dry is Dry?
28/08/2018 02:43 PM by Twister Education Team
Learning when to dry trim is a highly underrated skill.
Like really, how dry is "dry"??
Most often with inexperienced growers, "dry" means bone dry to levels below 7% which in the opinion of most experienced growers simply is way too dry. YES it will allow your "trim bag" or bin trimmer to work but the end result is often soooo dry the flower loses it's profile, doesn't cure well and smokes extremely harsh!!
When trimming with the Twister T4 we always recommend drying to levels where the outer part of the leaf is dry and the inner portion of the flower is between 11-17%. This leaves (no pun intended) a bit of moisture on the inner portion of the leaf and the inner portion of the flower remains moist so that it springs back a bit when pressed with the thumb and finger. The result gets you a better trim (with blades - not shake and bake) and a way better flower profile (bag appeal) and better weights.
Next time your smoke is too harsh, ask the grower what he used to trim his product with. Chances are it was dried wayyyy down in order to "trim it" in a bag or bin.