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Relative Humidity Chart

Keeping Vegetables fresh. Fruits and vegetables require about three different levels of relative humidity. Items requiring high relative humidity (90-100%) include leafy greens, beans, cucumber, asparagus, broccoli, celery, avocado, berries, green onions, and pears. A medium relative humidity (80-90%) is best for things like melon, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and citrus. Low relative humidity (below 80%) works best for dried garlic and onions, pumpkin, and squash."

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How to Measure Dewpoint

dewpoint and relative humidity chart - Google Search

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from A Way To Garden

how to store garden vegetables for winter

Margaret Roach has been writing about gardening for many years. She has a 2.3-acre garden in Massachusetts and shares helpful info like this VEGETABLE-STORAGE chart from the University of Wisconsin on her blog. Very helpful!

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Garden

Heat index

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Manual Humidifier Control. Tap Humidifier under the humidity tab to access the humidifier screen. To control your humidifier’s status, tap On/Off. Tap the arrows on the Humidifier Control icon to set the desired indoor humidity level. You should consult the Suggested Indoor Relative Humidity Chart at the bottom of the screen when determining what level to set your relative humidity.