Drying and curing in paper bags

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Hi everyone,

I have a short question: on a YouTube video I understood that after you've harvest your plant you dry and cure (3-5 months)  the cannabis in paper bags in a cooler.

Do I have to dry the plant for about 10 days before I put them in a paper bag or do I have to put the tops in paper bags    immediately   after I've cut the plant. 

Thanx for answering my question. 

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I would definetly dry it first. Or you will end up with a lot of mould.

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