Introduce the clean air factor to your grow space and stop powdery mildew with modern technology.

This is a bold and true claim. AiroClean420’s cutting edge commercial grade air purifiers have been used across North American commercial indoor cannabis farms for several years. Their air purifiers have become a staple piece of technology to stop powdery mildew. AiroClean420 also offers a home grow model called the Airo Home Hobby. This small but powerful air sanitizer/purifier effectively cleans air in a 12 x 10 x 10 grow space. If you have problems with powdery mildew and botrytis, the Airo Home Hobby is a great investment for your personal grow. Expect it to come with a 3 year warranty, however the units should last around 10 years with proper maintenance, which is a lot of powdery mildew destruction for your investment.

Most people think using a hepa filter in a grow room will capture contaminants effectively enough to stop powdery mildew, but these have limited effectiveness and can be problematic. When they aren’t regularly changed, caught contaminants can be blown back into the grow space, causing disastrous infestations. True hepa filters that hospitals use are extremely, extremely expensive.

Getting clean air in your grow is actually affordable and possible because of AiroClean420.

AiroClean420 air purifiers use modern technology to explode subatomic powdery mildew spores into nothing but water vapor and clean air.

There are zero harmful emissions and it is 100% completely safe to use. Stopping powdery mildew has never been easier thanks to modern technology.

How does it work?

It works simply.

The Airo Home Hobby sucks air in and destroys and obliterates subatomic airborne contaminants like powdery mildew and botrytis. Instead of capturing the contaminants with a filter, it literally explodes them via proprietary PCO (photocatalytic oxidation) technology. As a result, contaminants disappear.

With clean air in your growing environment, it makes stopping powdery mildew so much easier.

You will still do your sprays and monitor humidity levels to avoid any problems with powdery mildew. There is no such thing as a silver-bullet when it comes to stopping powdery mildew. The struggle of powdery mildew is stressful for the plant and the grower.

Do your best to avoid it!