Humidification in greenhouses

Akimist humidification control in greenhouses


Humidification control in greenhouses

Humidity control is very important when cultivating plants in greenhouses. A low level of humidity will lead to moisture loss and slow growth or even decease, while a too high humidity level will lead to mold and bacteria growth. Too humid conditions are also a preferred environment for various pests who will feed on the plants and cause various issues.




Issues in greenhouses without humidification control

  • Dehydration of plants and crops
  • Grow of mold, bacteria and fungus
  • Inconsistent and slow growth
  • Water droplets on plants





Solution: Humidity control in greenhouses

By installing a humidification system which continuously controls the humidity levels, plants will develop under utmost conditions, reducing waste and increasing growth cycles.

Ikeuchi offers several humidification solutions and can customize the most optimal solution for your greenhouse needs and budget.

Learn how Walters Garden successfully applied our AKIMist® “E” humidification system to their greenhouses: Walter’s Garden


AKIMist® “E”:

  • A “dry fog” mist which is non-wetting (droplets >7.5μm)
  • Energy efficient system – lowest in class
  • Limits water consumption due to the extremely fine mist
  • Prevents dehydration
  • Uniform humidity across the same entire area
  • Promotes healthy growth
  • Uniform plant growth – enabling shipment of all products at the same time
  • Prevents mold, bacteria and pests
  • Read more about AKIMist here
  • Book a free demo of AKIMist here




KB humidification

  • Extremely fine fog (<45μm)
  • No compressor needed
  • Ceramic inlet – last 20-30 times longer than stainless steel
  • Highly wear and chemical resistant
  • Price efficient
  • Prevents dehydration
  • Promotes healthy growth
  • Prevents mold, bacteria and pests
  • Learn how KB spray nozzles were used at JENA botanical garden in Germany
  • Find the KB spray nozzle here