Fresh mushrooms contain about 90% of water . Since there is no barrier between mushroom surface
and the air, mushrooms lose water and weight very quickly in humidity below 90% .
Accurate humidity and temperature control is essential throughout the stages of mushroom
production. Compost must be moist, but without wetness. Spawning requires high humidity
and high temperature. High humidity is especially crucial during pinning, when watering
is not advised. And Cropping Requires lower temperature and high humidity to prevent weight loss.
Fog system helps us to control the mushroom production industries.
➢ Energy savings
➢ Increasing Humidity
➢ Natural Cooling