I tried turkey bags once, never again. There is another grower on social media that shows putting there product in turkey bags with humidity packs. Well, they are not actually curing. They ship to dispensaries right after dry and say it cures in the bags on way there. It takes more then a couple days to cure. I call BS, the one I tried kept drying fast in bag and went to crap. I wouldn't advise trying to cure large amount in one container, not to mention the distortion and flattening of lower buds. I've seen high dollar drum systems that very slow tumble and auto exchange air, but way farther then my pocket can reach. The tried and true mason jar is what I stick with, it sucks sometimes when I have plants that can 3/4 fill 11 to 18 jars, but worth the extra time. I have a buddy that uses an old cedar chest that he seasons the inner walls with lemon and orange peels, pretty cool set up.
I haven't but here's an interesting video:
I mostly use mason jars but also like using CVault containers since some of those containers I can cure an entire plant at once.
@Mr. Grow It great video. But if you use those same buckets with lids and burp them yourself it would do the same?
@chriscovey Yes you could use those containers and burp instead. I would mix the buds around a bit too when burping. Also, adding in a hygrometer will help ensure the humidity isn't too high which can lead to mold.
I've watched some of this guys videos, nice guy and knowledged but holy crap the long talk lol. He could take a 8 minute @Mr. Grow It video and talk it into an hour. I have adhd, need the short version, I'll ask if I need more lol.