TerpLoc FAQ

Grove Bags TerpLoc® product line is the evolution in packaging the cannabis industry has been waiting for. Designed around the plant’s physiological properties, it utilizes a blend of several film elements to create the optimal cannabis climate inside every package. This post answers some of the most frequently asked questions and was adapted from this post in March 2021.

Where are TerpLoc Bags made?

TerpLoc Bags are manufactured entirely in the United States in the beautiful state of Ohio in order to maintain quality and support our industry.

Are TerpLoc Bags biodegradable?

Currently Grove Bags are reusable but not biodegrade. We continually strive to reduce our carbon footprint across all aspects of the company and have a five year goal of replacing current components of our film structure with hemp-based plastics. Visit our sustainability page to learn more about our commitment to a greener planet and our five year goals.

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How do I get the best results from my Grove Bags?

The biggest factor for getting the most out of your Grove Bag is to make sure your cannabis is properly dry and the inner moisture is both released and regulated. If you think the cannabis is too wet still burp it in the bag for 3-4 days. Once your cannabis is dry heat seal the bag and store it in a cool dark room for best results. There is no need to purchase a 2-way humidity packet or oxygen scrubber.

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Are TerpLoc Bags odour proof?

Yes, all Grove Bags films have high barrier properties that provide superior discretion, keeping you compliant at all times.

When should you use a Grove Bag?

We recommend using TerpLoc bags for curing to the point of consumption. TerpLoc® bags don’t need to be burped during the cure. Pressure will build up in the head space of the bag.

TerpLoc Bags will also increase the shelf life of your cannabis. We have had some customers experiment with intentionally longer curing periods inside TerpLoc Bags.

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