Growing Tips with CO2

Increase Your Yield With CO2

CO2 Plays a crucial part in Photosynthesis and is essential for plants growth, as it is used to convert light into food for plants to grow.

Plants nurtured with CO2 have stronger and more vibrant qualities:

  • Stronger roots
  • Bigger dark green leaves
  • Produce more flowers (compared with plants without sufficient CO2)

 

Effective and Advisable ways to add surplus CO2 in indoor growing

 

CO2 Tank

This method involves filling CO2 tanks with saturated CO2, it is simple and effective, making it a preferred starting option.

Convenience-wise, it's recommended to place the tanks outside the growing space, and have it connected to the growing space through a pump that feeds into that area. It is important that the pump is elevated above the plant so they can rain down on the leaves, as CO2 is slightly denser than Oxygen, and will sink to the bottom of the area.

 

 

CO2 Generator

A CO2 generator is also used to produce adequate CO2 for indoor growing, and it operates by burning propane or gas. It's important to monitor temperature when using a CO2 generator in a small indoor growing facility because it increases moisture quickly.

 

 

Optimize Controllability with TrolMaster

You can connect these devices with the Hydro-X system for optimized controllability, regulate the amount of CO2 emitted into the grow space with a (DCS-1) CO2 Device Station and have the preferred and right amount of CO2 released automatically when the conditions that you set are met.

 

Precaution!

Be aware though, CO2 in high concentration can be harmful to people when inhaled, and could cause serious respiratory and health issues.

The Carbon-X system can help protecting you and your workers near commercial indoor growing areas where supplemental CO2 is used. This modular and customizable system can control CO2 devices like CO2 Tank Regulator, gas CO2 generator, exhaust fan etc., and sound a visible and audible alarm when the CO2 level goes above normal or safe levels, satisfying all local and state regulations and preventing accidents from happening.

Increase Your Yield With CO2

CO2 Plays a crucial part in Photosynthesis and is essential for plants growth, as it is used to convert light into food for plants to grow.

Plants nurtured with CO2 have stronger and more vibrant qualities:

  • Stronger roots
  • Bigger dark green leaves
  • Produce more flowers (compared with plants without sufficient CO2)

 

Effective and Advisable ways to add surplus CO2 in indoor growing

 

CO2 Tank

This method involves filling CO2 tanks with saturated CO2, it is simple and effective, making it a preferred starting option.

Convenience-wise, it's recommended to place the tanks outside the growing space, and have it connected to the growing space through a pump that feeds into that area. It is important that the pump is elevated above the plant so they can rain down on the leaves, as CO2 is slightly denser than Oxygen, and will sink to the bottom of the area.

 

 

CO2 Generator

A CO2 generator is also used to produce adequate CO2 for indoor growing, and it operates by burning propane or gas. It's important to monitor temperature when using a CO2 generator in a small indoor growing facility because it increases moisture quickly.

 

 

Optimize Controllability with TrolMaster

You can connect these devices with the Hydro-X system for optimized controllability, regulate the amount of CO2 emitted into the grow space with a (DCS-1) CO2 Device Station and have the preferred and right amount of CO2 released automatically when the conditions that you set are met.

 

Precaution!

Be aware though, CO2 in high concentration can be harmful to people when inhaled, and could cause serious respiratory and health issues.

The Carbon-X system can help protecting you and your workers near commercial indoor growing areas where supplemental CO2 is used. This modular and customizable system can control CO2 devices like CO2 Tank Regulator, gas CO2 generator, exhaust fan etc., and sound a visible and audible alarm when the CO2 level goes above normal or safe levels, satisfying all local and state regulations and preventing accidents from happening.