Pollen Control - Air and Climate
Many plants will produce abundant quantities of very lightweight pollen grains. Transfer of grains or pollination is generally mediated by the wind, which is a requirement for any healthy indoor garden. When it lands on a compatible pistil or female cone, it germinates, producing a seed. This is an undesirable process when farming certain crops. Pollination control is one of the major concerns of gardeners as it can affect the final outcome of different types of crops.Pollination occurs when pollen from the male plant reaches the female stigmas and finds its way to the egg cell of the female plant that is inside the pistil. After the process of pollination, the seed is produced. To ensure pollen is effectively controlled, AgriAir equipment will destroy airborne contaminants finer than even the smallest grains. AgriAir machines are capable of destroying up to 99.99% of airborne pollen through our process of photo hydro ionization.