One more how do i change the humidity in my home for my plants

I like to make the humidity in my home better for my plants i dont know if im low or high but i got a response from here saying the humidity and over water maybe the reason for gnats or lil pests on my indoor plants i like to change it
Please help me you guys I seriously don't want my plants to suffer and continue to go down

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  • Linda Linda on Aug 12, 2017
    need a humidifier
    • Claudia Claudia on Aug 12, 2017
      For high humidity? I think that's what i have.. in the Seattle WA area it's been really hot so the AC is constantly on i tried to put a small fan around the plants i do have a humidifier but i noticed that it started to grow mold or fungus? Not sure
  • Sharon Sharon on Aug 12, 2017
    When I got a negative ion generator the first time, my boston ferns that had always been a problem, grew like nuts to the floor without a brown tip on them. Bonus is it removes dust, pollen, and allergans from the air too. I have Ionic Breeze generators in each room.
    • Claudia Claudia on Aug 12, 2017
      Ok so it was bc you had high humidity? I was reading that is high humidity that start to cause the lil gnats nd aphids bc the water takes longer to evaporate so soil stays wet a humidifier or a dehumidifier ? What is the ion generator?
  • C C on Aug 12, 2017
    Hi Claudia. I am also a Claudia and was born in Seattle. Small world
  • Linda Linda on Aug 12, 2017
    then I guess you need a de humidifier, unfortunately thats more costly.
  • Cindy Garcia Swistak Cindy Garcia Swistak on Aug 12, 2017
    Humidifier For moist air.... dehumidifier for dryer air :}

  • Sharon Sharon on Aug 12, 2017
    Living in Seattle you shouldn't have to worry about humidity. A negative ion generator generates negative ions ....negative ions are plentiful at the coast and in the mountains thats why you feel better. An air ioniser (or negative ion generator is a device that uses high voltage to ionise (electrically charge) air molecules. Negative ions, or anions, are particles with one or more extra electrons, conferring a net negative charge to the particle.
    In high enough concentrations, negative ions clear the air of mold spores, pollen, pet dander, odors, cigarette smoke, bacteria, viruses, dust and other hazardous airborne particles. They do this by attaching to these positively charged particles in large numbers.
    I got my Ionic Breeze machines by searching Goodwills and pick up quite a few for myself and my clients. I have the large one in my living room and a little one in my bedroom. When you wipe off the blades, you will see its working i.e. coated with dust and grime. Totally quiet.
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    • Sharon Sharon on Aug 13, 2017
      We all can learn something new every day.
  • Pat Pat on Aug 13, 2017
    Some people mist their houseplants with water in a spray bottle if they need more humidity... I do it in the winter sometimes when the furnace is on.
    • Claudia Claudia on Aug 13, 2017
      Yes i do that also! But i use a bit of plant food..i stopped doing it everyday thoi didn't want to overwater plants and i ended up killing one of my plants
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