We recently wrote about humidity control in greenhouses and growing facilities for “Maximum Yield”.

“Modern cultivation is characterized by a constant drive to improve production. This is achieved, for the most part, by controlling and optimizing the climatic conditions in the growing space in order to provide the best conditions for plant growth.

The most basic and intuitive factors – temperature and lighting – have long been dealt with effectively. But an often-misunderstood climate aspect is overlooked: humidity. This has led to the use of inefficient treatment methods, resulting in unresolved crop loss and reduced product quality.”

Originally published on July 30, 2019.

Read the full article here.