Flowers Dehumidification

DryGair dehumidifiers, developed for professional growers, provide the leading solution for flower humidity control in greenhouses and indoor grow rooms.

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Read our case study to see how DryGair successfully reduces humidity, prevents diseases, saves energy, and increases yields in greenhouses.

Use DryGair to Ensure Ideal Flower Growing Conditions

Growing beautiful, flawless, and uniform flowers is a major challenge. One of the biggest issues flower growers face is humidity control. Flowers constantly transpire large amounts of water to the environment. In uncontrolled greenhouses, humidity causes disease outbreaks, slows growth, and diminishes flower quality – leading to smaller yields and lower profits. We understand the challenges of growing flowers commercially. Which is why our team of experts calculates the exact dehumidification capacity required to make sure your flowers grow in the best conditions.With DryGair, growers can reduce diseases, molds, water damage and other deformities. Humidity control also stimulates plant activity, leading to higher quality flowers and leaves, including color, shape, and vibrancy.

The Benefits of DryGair in Flower Cultivation

  • Grow Uniform Flowers
  • Create Homogeneous Conditions
  • Save Energy
  • Prevent Molds and Diseases Without Pesticides
  • Improve Flower Quality
  • Increase Yields
  • Save Water

Why Growers Prefer DryGair

DryGair controls humidity, saves energy, and prevents diseases, while providing the best ROI in its class.
Consult our team of experts to figure out the right solution for your needs.

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