CO2 Enrichment

PhotosynthesisWhy do plants need CO2? Plants consume CO2 in a process called photosynthesis, without this CO2 photosynthesis will effectively cease. In the same way, if you increase the levels of atmospheric CO2 then the rate of photosynthesis will be increased. This means cell division and consequently plant growth will occur more rapidly and can result in increased yields of up to 30%.

A new method of supplying your plants with the CO2 they need is available from Come and Grow, which requires no heat or electricity. The source of the CO2 comes from the mycelial mass which is already cultivating CO2 when you take it out the box and will continue producing for 6 months. Inexpensive and easy to use Exhale CO2 bags are a revolution in indoor CO2 production.

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