Medical Marijuana

Increasing cannabis quality, uniformity, and growth speed

The right humidity levels ensure that every stage of the cannabis growth cycle is completed smoothly. But it only takes one wet spot – one pathogen or one mold spore – to diminish the value of a crop or, at worst, ruin it completely. To prevent this outcome, these are the challenges humidifiers must overcome in the grow room.

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The Humidification Challenge

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High Humidity Destroys Crops

Mold, bacteria, and pathogens pillage plants and rob growers of high quality yields. And nothing fortifies these contaminants better than stagnant water. Chronically high humidity also creates physiological disorders in plants that lead to edge burn, soft growth, and mineral deficiencies.

To avoid these outcomes and guarantee high quality yields, humidity usually needs to be below 70% – and never produce unwanted wetness.

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Low Humidity Also Destroys Crops

However, lowering humidity is not a perfect defense against diseases and rot. Low humidity likewise weakens the plant immune system and makes them susceptible to diseases like edema.

Plus, low humidity (usually below 30% RH) prevents moisture from being absorbed in plants, causing them to lose weight and shrink. The only way to defend crops from these threats is to provide the right amount of non-wetting humidity.

The Self-Evaporative Solution

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Keeping Crop Conditions Pristine

Self-evaporative humidification controls humidity based on the natural decorrelation process of oxygen and hydrogen molecules.

This means that self-evaporative technology emulates the same humidity found in natural atmospheres – never fluctuating, never wasting, and always evaporating.

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Maintaining Crop Quality

By maintaining the desired relative humidity level (+/- 2%) throughout all growth stages, cultivators improve plant health, plant yield, and even TCH levels.

Additionally, cultivators can use the humidifier system to inject water-soluble fertilizers, nutrients, disease control, and sanitation solutions into the fog for a multi-zone system that meets the unique needs of different plants.

Ultimately, cultivators utilize self-evaporative humidification for precise, non-wetting humidity to amplify plant yield, uniformity, and quality.