co2 generator?????????????????????

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by thedirtysouth, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. thedirtysouth

    thedirtysouth Registered

    Does anyone know any info on home made co2 generators natural gas prefered:cool:
  2. AcousticStoner420

    AcousticStoner420 Registered+

    CO2 Hookup...

    THE CO2 RECIPE!!!~ (Courtesy Da1KrayzieThug) 1 tsp yeast, 2 cups sugar, WARM water... Dissolve 1 tsp of yeast in a seperate bowl with about 1 cup of WARM water, NOT COLD. Add 2 cups of sugar to a 2-liter bottle, fill WARM water up to the Label add the dissolved yeast and close it up... Reference the plastic tubing setup from my previous pics. GOOD LUCK!!! :thumbsup:

    Reference the 1st page of my Grow Log for more depth and pics of how to set it up... hope i could help...

    Stay UP :Rasta:
    Any posts made by me are purely fictional in nature and by no means is anything I say to be taken seriously. I do not grow or condone the growing of anything not legal. Any and all pictures I post are pictures widley available on the internet and any discussions I am involved in are purely hypothetical or are commentary in nature and should not constitute advice or be considered advice to assist in activities that are deemed illegal.
  3. trippruss

    trippruss Registered+

    unless you have a house full of plants you get enuff co2 from the atmosphere
  4. Zandor

    Zandor Registered+

    The air will hold about 300-ppm period. Enhanced CO² is of great benefit to the growth of the plant. You can cut down your finish time by as much as 3 weeks if you use enhanced CO² start to finish. The plants will be larger and grow faster. That's why we use it.

    You can buy a generator from eBay from time to time and a good price. Unless you are good with gas or propane products then buy one. The idea behind generators is to burn a pure blue flame. The by-product of the blue flame is CO² so the heat raises and the CO² falls to the ground. You will need a fan to move it around the room and fill the whole grow area with CO².

    Good luck.

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