Vegetables, herbs and flowers are a common commodity consumed by people all over the world. Growers have always faced challenges throughout the growing process. These challenges can range from issues as varied as climate conditions, government limitations, plant diseases to financial issues. These issues have led growers and researchers to seek out the best methods to improve the quality of crops, the taste of their harvest, the increase their yield, and ways to reduce the growing cost.
For cannabis growers specifically, many have only experienced growing on a smaller scale (mainly because of issues relating to the legality of growing and selling cannabis). This has led subsequently to lower traditional “agricultural” demand and a general reluctance of traditional farmers to enter this field, both as growers and as potential consumers.
Today however, we are witnessing a worldwide change as many governments take steps to make the growing of cannabis legal. Accordingly, the demand for cannabis products are growing, leading growers to expand into commercial growing. The big question is this: can methods which work in small scale growing also work in commercial growing facilities?
The answer is NO.
Large growing facilities require adoption of technology and system that can support the size and the higher volume of plants, water and all other ingredients during the growing time. DryGair Energies has a patent protected solution for the high humidity problem in commercial greenhouses. It was originally oriented toward traditional –highly sensitive crops such as tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, but we very quickly began working with commercial cannabis growers as well. The DryGair solution is the first dehumidifier specifically designed for agriculture, to answer the plants’ needs. Cannabis is highly sensitive to humidity which breeds all kinds of diseases. Traditionally, pesticides are used to combat bacteria and fungus – but because we’re dealing with an often inhaled plant medicine, pesticides cannot be the answer. All cannabis grown should meet strict regulations and high standards. DryGair’s professional team has years of experience with humidity diseases and cannabis crop which we share with our users.
Knowledge is power. Knowing and understanding the problems of growing many cannabis plants in big, closed facilities lead us to find creative solutions that incorporate the different aspects of greenhouse growing. DryGair’s concept is based not only on humidity levels but it also takes into consideration additional factors like: the time of day, radiation, irrigation, screens, windows operation etc. This broad perspective that encompasses the many different aspects of growing is what makes DryGair an efficient – maybe even essential – growing tool with additional benefits such as costs reduction, increase in yield and healthier and greener products.
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