Maintain Grow Room Air Quality

Air quality is typically overlooked in indoor growing environments. Growers often rely on ventilation systems to maintain air quality but the truth is that these systems aren't capable of protecting grow rooms from some very serious and potentially disastrous threats.

Yes, a ventilation system is used to prevent stale air, cultivate a cool breeze, and replenish CO2 which are all necessary to ensure a healthy harvest, but in reality, they aren't designed to effectively prevent mold, fungus, mildew, and insects from invading (and possibly destroying) your plants.

Growers who are serious about the air quality in their growing environment and want the strongest defense against airborne bacteria should consider installing a grow room air filtration system, also known as an air scrubber or air cleaner.

The type of grow room air scrubber you need will vary based on the unique demands of your growing environment and while air cleaners may not be the most inexpensive piece of equipment, they ensure top quality air quality and production.

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Benefits of Grow Room Air Scrubbers

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Control VOCs and Odors

VOCs, volatile organic compounds, are gases/odors in the air. The smell of the fertilizer you use or the scent of the cannabis itself makeup VOCs and while these odors are more annoying than harmful VOCs from fungicides and insecticides can be dangerous. The only foolproof way to eliminate VOCs and control odors is through air filtration.

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Prevent Insects

Growers may not realize that spider mites, whiteflies, fungus gnats, and other pests make their way through ventilation systems and into grow rooms where they begin damaging and destroying plants.

Air cleaners are used to constantly produce air exchanges, the air goes in, the particulate is captured, and clean air is released and recirculated. Air is constantly moving to prevent the possibility for insects to breed or live comfortably.

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Restrict Bacteria

Airborne bacteria is commonly misdiagnosed as a nutrient deficiency in plants but may appear in symptoms such as spots on the leaves, overgrowths, speckles, scabs, cankers, blights, wilting, or galls. Getting rid of bacteria before it has the opportunity to reach plants is the best way of defense.

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Ward Off Fungus and Mold

Powdery mildew and botrytis are just two examples of damaging fungus that is transmitted through the air. When these type of molds or fungus show up, they quickly cause issues and can even destroy an entire crop.

Air scrubbers can remove 99.99% of particulate down to 0.3 submicron ensuring plants are mold and fungus free!

Maintaining superior air quality is important for the growing conditions of cannabis plants and preventing unwanted issues. Protect your grow space with grow room air filtration. To learn more, get in touch with our specialists!

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