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Learn about efficient dehumidification at Indoor Ag-Con

"When people think of dehumidification, they think about preventing molds. But it's much more than that. Creating the ideal relative humidity range, coupled with a uniform climate (thanks to DryGair's patented air circulation mechanism), has a major impact on plants. It creates an active climate that stimulates growth and improves quality."

Success in Europe and N. America Growth
Dehumidification system manufacturer, DryGair, has recently established its N. America branch to better serve the U.S. and Canadian markets, as the system is becoming more and more popular in a wider variety of crops.

Director of DryGair's N. America branch, Douglas Miller, mentions the company's success in Europe, most notably in the Netherlands.

"Growers in Europe have been using DryGair for a long time, in a variety of different crops and facilities. It's become a staple, especially in flowers and other ornamental plants, as well as herbs, leafy greens, and many types of vegetable and vine crops. The system also saves a lot of energy. We've seen an average of 50% savings in trials and customer experiences."

DryGair's Popularity in Cannabis Production
In contrast to the European markets in the U.S. and Canada, DryGair was mostly popularized in cannabis production.

"We've had a lot of success in commercial and medical cannabis production in the U.S. and Canada. Cannabis growers were early adopters, quickly realizing that effective humidity control can make or break entire grow cycles," Miller mentions.

"Of course, when it comes to cannabis, humidity control is extremely important, as it's the main tool for mold prevention. It's necessary in all stages of cultivation and is actually a GMP requirement for medicinal cannabis production."

"However, more and more 'traditional' growers have been taking note," Miller adds. "Vegetable, flower, and potted plant growers are realizing the benefits their counterparts across the world are reaping."

Hadar Fuchs-Rubal Promoted to VP of DryGair
As a part of several staff shifts in the company, including the appointment of Douglas Miller, and the departure of former VP, Ziv Shaked, Hadar Fuchs-Rubal has been promoted to VP of Sales.

"After several years as the head of our N. American division, I couldn't be more excited for this new role. DryGair is a global company, and there are many different markets, each with its own set of challenges." says Fuchs-Rubal.

She adds "I'm looking forward to expanding the company's reach to and foothold around the world and am sure we can both continue the success we've seen in Europe and N. America and recreate it in additional markets."

DryGair is presenting their humidity control solution at Indoor Ag-Con in Las Vegas, March 11-12. Visit the company at Booth #207 to discuss effective humidity control and energy savings possibilities for your facility.

For more information:
DryGair Energies
8 Hamanofim St, Herzliya
Tel.: +972-9-7730989

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