How To Get Houseplants To Grow Fast With Science. Why Vapour Pressure Deficit Matter For Houseplants
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I’m about to tell you the ultimate secret when it comes to getting huge houseplants or rapid growth from houseplants. Wanting houseplants that grow quickly? You definitely want to look up vapour pressure deficit. This is especially true if your growing your house plants in an IKEA cabinet greenhouse this is a must follow.  VPD or vapour pressure deficit refers to the amount of moisture in the air compared to the temperature. I’m going to skip you the boring details when it comes to VPD and allow you to look that up on your own. I want to get to the meat and potatoes of the entire discussion.

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