Cultivation Editor, Nico Escondido is here to help you start growing your own marijuana garden. Today's question has to do with indoor air circulation and CO2. Read and learn!
CO2 has traditionally been used to garner higher yields when growing marijuana plants. But is it actually beneficial to what you're growing? Cultivation Editor Nico Escondito gives us the lowdown on CO2 and how it works with smaller-spaced gardens.
Many indoor growers believe that carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential to plant development and thus is directly correlated to yields achieved in gardens. To a certain extent, this is true. In fact, increasing a garden’s CO2 from ambient levels of around 300 PPM to supe...
With flowering plants such as marijuana, adding CO2 to a garden can greatly increase yields.
Using CO2 in an indoor garden is really taking it to the next level. The trick comes from good growroom planning at the onset of your project.