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Drying Room Best Practices

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Drying Room Best Practices

Properly planning and designing a drying room is one of the least considered and most important parts of any cultivation facility. It is important to provide stability when designing a drying room. This promotes an ideal environment and allows for the gradual release of moisture from the flowers. The key components to control are circulation,… Read more »

Taking Control of Vapor Pressure Deficit

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Taking Control of Vapor Pressure Deficit

Humidity control is crucial in a grow room. That’s true whether you’re starting seedlings, rooting cuttings, or drying. When humidity rises above 60%, you can experience mold, mildew, and other unwanted biological growth. Plus, high humidity can prevent plants from properly taking in CO2, which limits photosynthesis and growth. Now’s the time to figure out… Read more »