4 Humidity-Control Tips from Medicine Man

Medicine Man

Tyler Schneider, director of operations at Colorado-based Medicine Man, shares his top tips for handling humidity as part of the Smart Humidity Report from Cannabis Business Times. Controlling humidity efficiently is about more than preventing mold and bud rot, it’s a business priority because doing it well helps control energy costs as cannabis prices drop, […]

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Vapor Pressure Deficit and Indoor Growing: Part 3: Different Stages of VPD

Written by Mike Steffes – Quest Dehumidifiers VPD Range Now that we’ve established the importance of transpiration and have some idea of how it happens, it should not be a stretch to accept that plant transpiration is driven by a vapor pressure difference of water: The partial pressure of water within the leaf vs. the […]

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One Way Not to Spray: Keep Dry

Posted by Cannabis Product News – Solutions for a Growing Industry MADISON, Wis. – A long-time partner of the cannabis industry is looking to dry up the need for heavy pesticide use. Quest Dehumidifiers, which sold its first dehumidifier to the cannabis industry in 2006, is launching an initiative to help growers and consumers better […]

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Dude Grows Podcast with Quest

Demystifying Dehumidification: A Chat with QUEST’s Clif Tomasini- Are you using a standard residential dehumidifier in your growroom? Beware; you’re setting yourself up for failure, according to QUEST Product Manager Clif Tomasini; Clif chats with Scotty Real of “Dude Grows Show” about the benefits of QUEST dehumidifiers vs. residential dehumidifiers for growroom use.   QUEST’s […]

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Control Humidity to Best Fight Powdery Mildew

April 23, 2015 Confusion Over Pesticide Rules Presents Conundrum for Colorado Growers “John Andrle, the owner of Denver rec shop L’Eagle Services, estimated that 95% of cultivators across the country use some form of pesticide, and that Eagle 20 is one of the most commonly used, because it’s fantastic for killing mildew…” ‘Nothing else gets […]

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