popskiller

Recipe's for a simple Co2 system?

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Hello everyone! Wondering if anyone could share there way of simple Co2 enrichment? Yeast and sugar seems to be the cheapest and simplest system too run. Hopefully I can get this going on my next grow.

Cheers!

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did you search on the forum? i ahve seen already a few time so DIY for CO2 system.

If i cross them i'll give you the link

Cheers

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Thanks dust I will search couldn't find the search bar before its all black.

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well to be honnest yet the search tool is not very acurate, give it a try still youmight be lucky and find some answers suiting you ;) But otherwise hang around in the gear room or room design maybe you'll find something around here ;)

Good luck man

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Here is a method of making CO2.

These is not my pictures, but something i copied off the interweb long time ago, so I am unable to credit the creator.

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Peace

Lams

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perfect, like the idea! ill let you guys no how it goes on my next setup

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This is very good, yeah I do,

Thank you my friend I was needing it.

Peace

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There are water or nothing in the second milk carton? And the tubes imerse in the liquids?

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The second container is for overflow of liquid from the first container if the yeast sugar mixture gets a little too lively.

There is no liquid in the second container, is for over flow (see above).

The how to, was copied and pasted from the internet, in answer to the question popskiller raised..

Peace

Lams

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When I first started growing indoors about 20 years ago we used a kero heater to produce co2, you had to keep a check on the ambient temp but it seemed to work ok. We tried dry ice but couldnt get a reliable source and even tried a variation of this method. The way we saw it at the time was even if its not perfect its better than having no extra c02 at all.

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I just put a plate of baking soda down and let vinegar drip into it 24/7

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I use this and I'm pretty happy with it :)

Just bought my second one in May and it says on the back to dispose of it in January 2014

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I use salt free soda water and just use that as a foliar feed. Maybe once a week ill had a bit worm juice about 20-50ml per liter.

I HAS to be salt free, just Carbonated Water, otherwise it will burn spots on your leaves, also only spray while the lights are on.

you can make your own if you have a soda stream..

it is a compromise as you cant be in there every hour while the lights are on to spray.. but used once daily and as a foliar feed you will notice a massive difference. also you dont have to shut off any fans as you would with other methods.

ive also heard of some people brewing beer and putting the brew kit in the room.. not sure how effective that is but if it doesnt work that well youll atleast get some beer

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