Understanding The Dew Point

And Everything You Need To Know About Dehumidification

Understanding Dew Point is Key to Growing Healthy Plants

As temperature changes, the amount of water the air can hold changes. Hotter air holds more water while colder air holds less. As the temperature goes up, the relative humidity decreases — and you effectively reduce the risk of condensation.

By controlling the moisture levels and temperature of your grow room, you'll keep your crops safe from serious problems like bud rot, mold and mildew, as well as equipment failure.

This guide covers the following:

  1. Dew Point vs. Humidity
  2. Daytime Environment vs. Nighttime Environment
  3. Preventing Condensation
  4. Temperature, Humidity, and Dew Point
  5. Dehumidification
  6. Calculating the Dew Point
  7. Dew Point at Every Stage of Growth
  8. Mold and the Importance of Dehumidification
  9. Monitoring Dew Point & Humidity


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This guide explains what the dew point is, how to calculate it, and how to dehumidify a room.

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