If you do not continually keep your indoor air within a particular temperature range and set of ideal humidity conditions, you are probably going to kill off your plants or have an unproductive batch.
When my sister told myself and others that she was going to begin growing her own plants I thought that was a pretty swell idea. For the longest time, my sister has been deeply depressed and not very motivated to do anything. She has not been able to hold down a job, she has let most of her social connections easily disappear, and she barely even takes care of herself. I honestly thought it would do her a lot of good to take care of something else for a while. It was even better that she wanted to care for plants, because it wouldn’t be such an immense deal if she managed to ruin them. Then… I found out that she was ordering a brand new heating, cooling, and air quality control device for her plant project. It turns out, she’s not just talking about growing some succulents indoors, my sister has decided to upgrade her ventilation device so she can maintain an indoor marijuana grow house. Evidently, you need a good amount of specialized air handling devices to manage the indoor air temperature and air quality that is needed by the sensitive plants. If you do not continually keep your indoor air within a particular temperature range and set of ideal humidity conditions, you are probably going to kill off your plants or have an unproductive batch. This is why she is now installing humidity controls and sensors throughout her entire household. She needs to accurately modify the amount of humidity and moisture in her air to make this project entirely worthwhile. I actually hope she takes superb care of her pot plants after this giant Heating & Air Conditioning investment. If she ends up killing these air temperature sensitive friends, it will be a pretty expensive failure.