Cannabis grow not only investment

But also professional technology
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Cannabis grow not only investment

But also professional technology
As more as possible shared here

Articles of cannabis growing

Articles of grow room hvac, including air conditioning, air heating, dehumidifying, ventilation and others

Articles of indoor farming and indoor grow

Articles of cannabis growing

Articles of indoor farming and indoor grow

Articles of grow room hvac, including air conditioning, air heating, dehumidifying, ventilation and others

Articles of refrigeration and hvac

How To Choose The Best HVAC System for Grow Rooms?

When growing indoors, keeping your plants happy and healthy is vital. Growing crops indoors is challenging than outdoors because of temperature, humidity, and light. Growers today love moving up with the grow rooms. They enjoy an endless growing season, complete control over growing conditions, and the convenience of growing inside. No matter what kind of plants they are growing, everything … Read more

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Botrytis Cannabis Treatment

Nobody likes moldy fruits or botrytis cannabis. Botrytis cinerea, also known as “gray mold” or “bud rot,” is the most common enemy for cannabis cultivators. But if taking the right steps, they can prevent their cannabis from Botrytis. Also, they control the impact of infected cannabis. You must be clear, Botrytis is the biggest issue, and it can destroy healthy … Read more

Grow Room/Greenhouse Humidity Study

The temperature and humidity relationship is ultimate, and if they are balanced, they can do wonders with any kind of crop. Humidity control is crucial for the grow room and greenhouses. Plants require optimum humidity and temperature for best yield – humidity for seedling and during flowering. When growing cannabis in the grow rooms, it’s essential to avoid humidity extremes … Read more

Relative Humidity, Temperature and Dew Point

What is Relative Humidity? Relative Humidity (RH) measures the air’s water vapor content/ moisture. Or, in another term, it is the amount of water vapor present in air expressed as a percentage (%RH) of the amount required to get saturation at the same temperature. For better understanding, take an example, if the Relative Humidity is 50%, then the air is only … Read more