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Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air. If the humidity is too low, plant growth is compromised. Crops take much longer to obtain the saleable size. Since the transpiration is too high, the plant closes its stomatal openings to minimize water loss to avoid wilting.

This phenomenon slows photosynthesis subsequently, affecting plant growth. In case of high air humidity, the plant does not take up much water from the growing medium and thus, compromises quality. That means, too high or too low air humidity causes the loss of quality of yield and reduces the selling price of crops or increases production costs. And thus, reduces profits. 

Air Humdity, in combination with Air Temperature, is a very important instigator for various pest attacks. 

geoBHUMI measures accurate Air humidity of a farmer’s field. Farmers can access the data 24X7 Anytime From Anywhere. Farmers can avoid the harsh situation and improve the quality of plants as well as production through geoBHUMI.