CO2 and flowering

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by luciferstixd, May 26, 2004.

  1. luciferstixd

    luciferstixd Registered

    I am 2 weeks into flowering and I am still using CO2! Will this help or hinderd flowering?
  2. Tech

    Tech Registered+

    Of coarse it will help .
    You increase yeald imensly using Co2 .
    Don,t use too much ,at normal atmosphere you have 300 ppm of Co2 you need to up it to as close to 1500 ppm as possable .
    I take it that you know how to work it out as you bin using it b4 and you have a timed solanoid on your bottle yes?
  3. ace242

    ace242 Registered

    I never knew u needed CO2 why can't u just breath onto the plants? or talk to it? it'll help I think... :D
  4. Tech

    Tech Registered+

    Get a bit bit tiersom talking and breathing all over your plants all day long wouldn,t it. :)
  5. Hand of Man

    Hand of Man Registered

    Try dissolving yeast in warm water and adding sugar to allow the yeast to live.
    The yeast will give off CO2, but your growroom will smell a little like a bakery
    (or a brewery...). This can also attract insects.
    I tried it for about a week and noticed little difference; I couldn't figure out
    how to keep the insects from being attracted. Any brewers out there
    have any ideas?

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