Temperature is involved in all stages of a plant’s growth. Humidity is as salient as temperature when you grow indoors. With AirComfort tracking both temperature and humidity you can make sure your indoor growing is a success.
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Fertilization pattern differs depending on the season; during Spring and Summer it must be fertilized with a good balanced 20-20-20 NPK-Fertilizer but not in Autumn and Winter months. With ibebot’s soil sensor - SoilQuality, you can track the EC value of your plant to check the ideal range suitable for absorbing nutrients.
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The startup company was founded in 2016 out of the founders’ interest in climate and what it does in terms of growing plants. Now, their AirComfort and SoilQuality sensors provide growers with essential data concerning their growing climate. “It's important for growers to know what the climate is like, in order to optimize the growing conditions.
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It’s true not just for cannabis but for every other plant your grow at home, you want to be able to monitor them remotely and that’s what the ibebot Hub is for
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The key to keeping a gecko healthy and happy is to mimic their natural habitat as much as possible. Temperature and humidity are both at play in this monitored environment and AirComfort makes sure you can track both
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Airflow and moisture consistency in the environment is the key to a successful dry curing process. Using AirComfort during the process of curing meat can help you properly monitor the climate inside your curing chamber
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If the temperature is too warm, the fruit in the wine will age prematurely and the cork will start drying out. With AirComfort, you can track the temperature to make sure it’s within the ideal range
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Both temperature and humidity are very important when storing leather goods, especially those vegetable tanned leather. Keeping the temperature within 65-72 ℉, room temperature and stored away from sunlight is advisable to avoid from cracking
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AirComfort’s job is to track the appropriate environment making sure that the temperature and humidity level is right inside your humidor whether it’s a desktop-type or large walk-in humidor.
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For wooden instruments like guitars, the ideal temperature and humidity for a wooden instrument is 45%-55% humidity and 72-77 degrees. AirComfort can track both conditions indoor whether it’s inside a closet or a storage unit
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The humidity must be between 59-64% and generally above 50% is good for storing weed to last longer keeping it in its prime condition but not beyond 75% as it guarantees mold growth. AirComfort – connected temperature and humidity sensor allows you to track both conditions where you keep your cannabis
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For vinyl records the ideal temperature is between 65°F (18°C) and 70°F (21°C). As for humidity, the ideal climate for vinyl record storage is 65° to 70° F and 45% to 50% humidity. This environment can be tracked by AirComfort
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In terms of humidity, a non-fluctuating relative humidity above 25% and below 65% is recommended and many museums have set their relative humidity at 45%. Lower temperature can increase longevity of collections but can be hard to visitors so curators must find the sweet spot. This environment can be tracked by AirComfort
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Temperature and humidity play an important role if not the most in making sure your mushroom cultivation is a success. Since you can grow different types of mushrooms and they can be in different growth stage, you can set several AirComfort in several rooms
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For the humidity level, the ideal level is between 30% to 50% according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). With AirComfort you can set the min and max value of not just humidity but also temperature and on the App
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The baby room must have a safe sleeping environment with regards to temperature and humidity. If the level is above or below the ideal range, infants will have a hard time sleeping
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Generally, temperature inside should be 32°C especially the floor temperature in the brooding area before you place the chicks and in terms of relative humidity it must be within 65% to 70%. If the climate is not up to standard, it’s easy to spot some respiratory, digestive, and behavioural disorders in your birds
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