Greenhouse Growing

Keeping indoor temperatures and moisture balanced for healthy growth is a particular challenge in greenhouses. Moisture and temperature are interrelated: both are difficult to control in a greenhouse environment, both are critical for healthy growth. To avoid yield-reducing problems and get the most out of the greenhouse, these are the conditions humidifiers must meet.

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The Humidification Challenge

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How Low Humidity Damages Plants

When humidity is too low, plants dry up and diseases spread, ultimately reducing yield. Low humidity is also a poor conduit of temperature, with dry air incapable of stabilizing heat.

In turn, temperature fluctuations harm plant health. Greenhouses usually keep the moisture at 80% RH to avoid these problems, but that is not enough to ensure all plants are protected.

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How High Humidity Damages Plants

In fact, if moisture is too high or fails to evaporate completely, excess moisture will stick to surfaces and linger on plants, creating brown spots, mold, and disease.

For the plants that remain, the bloat of moisture can prevent plants from absorbing the right amount of nutrients or cause wilting due to excess heat. All of this diminishes crop value.

The Self-Evaporative Solution

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Non-Wetting Hydration

To harvest the most healthy produce possible, moisture must permeate the greenhouse while only leaving dry surfaces behind. In other words, it must self-evaporate. 

Even when humidity levels are high, self-evaporative humidification never dampens or leaves wetness on plants or other surfaces. The droplets have a reversed correlation effect, which means they repel one another and do not puddle. This is a steep advantage for greenhouse conditions that need high moisture levels and control and want to minimize the drawbacks caused by indoor dampness.

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Full Saturation Without Wetting

By the same token, self-evaporative droplets rapidly and evenly dissipate across the greenhouse for maximum coverage and moisture permeation. T

hese microscopic, water-to-water resistant droplets are quick to cover an area, long to linger, and are guaranteed to evaporate before sticking to surfaces or puddling on the ground. No dryness or fluctuating moisture levels are present when self-evaporative humidification is in the room.

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Stabilizing Inside Temperatures

Steady moisture levels help stabilize all conditions, including temperatures. Maintaining optimal temperatures inside the greenhouse is challenging with outside temperatures always fluctuating. To combat these changes, self-evaporative technology maximizes cooling efficiency by cooling both air and water.

No matter the outside temperature, the system output is always 40 degrees Celsius. And through the self-evaporative system’s sensor suite, moisture and temperature control becomes both precise and automatic, cultivating ideal growing conditions inside regardless of the conditions outside.