- Totally hassle-free source of CO2
- Very cost-effective
- Effective for up to 6 months
- Harnesses the extraordinary power of mycelium
- Supports 4 – 6 plants comfortably
- Raises levels up to 1500ppm
- Now comes with easy-to-use hanger
Increase the effect of additional Co2! Use Proactive Nano alongside this product, it maximises your plants uptake of Co2 and optimises its photosynthesis.
1 x bag of Exhale mycelial mass, 1 x plastic hanger (rope ratchet not included)
How Exhale Homegrown CO2 Works:
Plants depend on co2 as a crucial component in the process of photosynthesis; without an adequate supply, your plants will, at best, never reach their full potential and, at worst, wither and die. The first and most important step to addressing this issue is to make sure that your extraction system is able to replace the air in your grow area once every two minutes, bringing in a constant source of co2 from an outside area. However, plants can actually make use of more co2 than is generally present in the atmosphere. The Exhale Grow Bag allows you to boost levels of carbon dioxide beyond levels present in the surrounding air, improving growth rates, overall vigour and triggering a sizeable increase in yield. No chemicals or equipment are required in the process; instead, the grow bag is filled with a large quantity of mycelial mass, which naturally emits a steady and plentiful supply of carbon dioxide through a one-way breather patch. Using it is as simple as placing it in a sensible spot above the canopy. That’s it! The Exhale CO2 Grow Bag will then increase co2 levels in the surrounding atmosphere to levels up to 1500ppm. You can expect the Exhale Homegrown to supply 4-6 plants with optimal levels of co2 for up to 6 months.
Using Exhale Homegrown CO2:
As mentioned previously, Exhale Homegrown CO2 requires no real setup. All that is required is for it to be positioned in a suitable place in your grow room.
If you’re not running any extraction, then place the bag just above canopy height. Near the top of the bag is a breather patch, which will allow co2 to flow on out into the room. Ideally, these grow bags should be used in an area without extraction. Because co2 is heavier than the surrounding air, it will then descend towards the canopy, whereupon it should be circulated by any fans in the space to help spread it evenly around the area.
If you are using it along with a duct fan and filter, situate it at the opposite end of the room to your extraction system, preferably by your intake air supply. This will help your plants to utilise the CO2 before it can be drawn out of the room.