Air humidifiers

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One of the most important tools that should be used for the proper development of plants are professional humidifiers. They turn pure water into steam. While the device produces the aforementioned pair, large quantities of anions - negative ions are also formed. Their presence in the room helps in cleaning the air from particles of dust and other possible contaminants. Humidifiers have different volumes, depending on the needs and size of the crop or room. Pay special attention to this when choosing the right device so that the purchased product does not turn out to be too small for the room. Humidifiers with an operating range of up to thirty meters will be recommended for very large rooms. When choosing a tool, you should also be guided by the number of membranes, which helps in controlling the humidity. Humidifiers can also be a designer gadget that will give the room a unique character, thanks to its colors and shape - and these can be even the most fancy!

Air humidity:

Adequate air humidity is just as important for people as plants, and even for objects in our environment, such as books or electronics. Too humid air promotes the development of mold and fungus, which is especially bad for our lungs and plants. The optimal level of humidity for humans and plants is 40-60%, and this value may vary with temperature.

Adequate humidity in the environment of our plant:

Providing an optimal level of humidity in the air is one of the key factors for plant growth and photosynthesis. Different types of plants require a level of humidity appropriate for their species, and too high air humidity may contribute to the development of fungal diseases, gray mold and mildew. Too much humidity causes worse yields or in the worst case leads to the death of Your plants.

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