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CO2 fertilization

The CO2 fertilization system is a unique system that makes it possible to increase your return considerably. CO2 is used by plants in photosynthesis. When CO2 is present, plants grow much faster and become more active.

CO2 fertilization

The CO2 fertilization system is a unique system that makes it possible to increase your return considerably. CO2 is used by plants in photosynthesis. When CO2 is present, plants grow much faster and become more active.

The CO2 fertilization system is a unique system that makes it possible to increase your return considerably.

CO2 is a colorless and odorless gas that occurs naturally in the atmosphere. CO2 is the same as carbon dioxide or carbonic acid. Of all the air around us, an average of only 0.035% CO2. This 0.035% CO2 is usually expressed in 350 ppm (parts per Million) and means particles per million particles. In cities, the CO2 content is often somewhat higher +/- 350-400 ppm.

CO2 is used by plants in photosynthesis. When CO2 is present, plants grow much faster and become more active. If the ppm is increased (e.g. 1000 ppm), the plant will react differently. The plant wants to grow and flower faster. More carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air allows the plant to absorb more carbon and thus produce sugars, among other things.

Plants can only absorb CO2 when it is close to them. CO2 is heavier than air, so it tends to fall to the bottom of the grow room. As a result, the best results can be achieved by using good air circulation.

The benefits of our CO2 fertilization systems:

  • You do not need a pre-growing period! Directly in bloom.
  • You get at least 30% more revenue from your space!
  • Low consumption costs
  • Easy installation; plug and play
  • Ensures an optimal climate for the plant
  • Increases the CO2 content up to 1500 ppm
  • Robust & lightweight construction
  • Sustainable technology

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