CO2 Generator | CO2 Boost

Why Use a CO2 Generator | CO2Boost System?

 

Is your indoor garden growth impaired due to a “greenhouse gas” deficiency?

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Commercial Greenhouse

It turns out that mine was, in a way, and I didn’t even know that could in any way be a problem.  I learned about this when I went fishing for better growing tips from my good friend who operates a local commercial greenhouse.  We were discussing the best practices that he employs to insure the best growing conditions for his organic and hydroponic growing operation.  

Interestingly the conversation turned to the much talked about threat of too much greenhouse gas (mainly water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane) in the atmosphere causing climate change.  He pointed out, that for growing plants and forests, the two major constituents of greenhouse gas (water vapor and Co2) are actually good, and indeed essential for plant growth.

 

The Commercial Co2 Generator

He went on to say that in fact he uses a commercial grade Co2 generator in his operation to accomplish a very essential Co2Boost for optimal growing conditions. It hadn’t really occurred to me that some of the so called greenhouse gases were good for growing, but it turns out that they are.   My friend went on to say that a Co2 Generator would be a great growth enhancer for my own personal indoor garden, if I could find one that was suitable.

Apparently, there are a variety of the expensive commercial grade Co2 generator available.   When growers think of a CO2 Generator, tanks, meters, dangerous burners and propane come to mind.  I thought, surely there is a better solution for the typical indoor gardener like me.

 

Then I Found CO2Boost – The Indoor Garden CO2 Generator System

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CO2Boost System

CO2Boost is a remarkably simple to use and inexpensive CO2 generator for the home indoor garden.   Co2Boost isn’t made or built to sustain ppms (parts per million) in larger rooms.  Co2Boost is made to distribute CO2 directly to your indoor garden.  Co2Boost is an all natural and organic CO2 Generator.  Instead of trying to sustain your room to a certain ppm (parts per million) level, try this product’s direct distribution approach.  Co2Boost’s all natural and organic approach to CO2 enrichment is great for beginning growers that are in the market for a safe and easy, cost-effective way of providing CO2, as well as, veteran growers who are fans of all-natural and organic hydroponic products.

How large of a space does it work for?

Co2Boost is made for any room size, because it works on a “plant-by-plant” basis as opposed to measuring ppm levels. A space 8x8x8 or smaller needs only one CO2 generator. With a space larger 8x8x8, I recommend multiple Co2Boost generators.

How much CO2 is being produced?

Each bucket is a living organism so there is no definitive answer to this question. Depending on the ppm monitor, the buckets have produced anywhere from 3000-5000 ppms of consistent CO2 flow upon activation. However, this product is not meant to be measured in ppms, it is meant to be distributed directly to your plants and measured by the improved health and quality of your garden.

How long does it last?

This product will last for 60 days if used constantly, and up to 90 days if coordinated with a timer. (The Average cost is $1 per day)

Whats in the bucket and how does it work?

The process works by combining all-natural ingredients from the compost arena. These ingredients are mixed and placed in the bucket where CO2 naturally created.  All you have to do is insert the pump, plug it in, and let it flow directly on your indoor garden.

Why go with Co2Boost’s all natural and organic CO2 Generator?  I have found that:

  • It stimulates plant growth, speed of growth and increases overall yield.
  • The ingredients can be used as a high grade fertilizer once the product has expired.
  • It does not generate heat.
  • It is maintenance free.
  • It requires minimal electricity.
  • It is odorless and easy to set up.

Order CO2Boost Here – The Best Indoor Garden CO2 Generator for the Home Grower

15 Responses to “CO2 Generator | CO2 Boost”

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  3. Danny B says:

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  4. Kyle B says:

    I have grown bibb lettuce hydroponically for the last six years and after implimenting the CO2 boost both my yields and quality of product increased. A MUST for any serious hydro gardener.

  5. Mr. Freeze says:

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    I will stay tuned.. great work!

  6. Hank G says:

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  8. jax says:

    How about some success stories. Your youtube videos are
    very informative and is the only reason I visited this site. I’m going to try co2 boost I have a room 15 feet long and 6 feet wide I want to try two co2 buckets will this harm or stunt the growth of m.j.? I use dirt as a meduim and feel hydro is a cash cow. Hydro looks better but other qualities out perform the looks.
    Thanks,
    Jax the Dirt Farmer.
    jaxinthecouv@gmail.com

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