Good air circulation is at the heart of the success of indoor garden planting methods. Without fresh and good indoor air garden circulation, plants can certainly not grow optimally. This is of course different from the condition of plants planted outside the room or outdoor. Plants grown by hydroponic methods especially in the indoor garden often experience air circulation problems. If plants are planted outside the room or outdoor where the air is available in abundance and the air circulation is maintained properly. Not only that Co2 or carbon dioxide required by plants is also available well outside the room.
A blowing wind will provide fresh air for plants while rain will clean the air from dust and pollutant substances that can interfere with the absorption of air by plants, so it can be said plant ecosystems that grow outside the room is always moving and this is very good for plant growth.
Another case with plants that grow indoor or indoor, the air does not move normally so it takes a good ventilation and air circulation to support plant growth. Fresh air is not expensive and can be obtained by using a fan or other tool used to drain and make air move.
To get quality air flow in the indoor garden environment, adequate indoor ventilation and indoor garden ventilation is essential. Experienced cultivators certainly know the importance of maintaining the circulation of hydroponically grown crops in an indoor garden. In addition there are several factors that influence the movement or air flow, including stomata, ventilation and indoor air garden circulation. Try a hydroponics plant like our collection below:
Planting crops in the space of many aspects that need attention and one of them is the airflow as described earlier. Before installing the indoor fan, note and count well the amount of fan required in the specified area. Let’s live healthy with clean air circulation inside our house.