Co2 Generator

cashflo718

New Member
just wanted to follow up~ i just decided to with the traditional route and run co2 from pressured tanks~ I just dont think the PPM's will be where i want them to be with the citric acid generator. thank everyone!
 

Southernontariogrower

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tnb narutals advertises for a 12x12 room, or a 6x6, so one in a 4x4 area should help out, I'm trying this now. Only vent after lights out. Plants can take higher temps with co2 so thar helps with cooling issues, no vent 85 to 90 in my tent with humidity around 80 to 85 percent, with lights on, temp drops to 70s with 35 to 55 rh at night, vent until hour or so before lights come on. This is how I'm using co2 for first time. Tried yeast and sugar, baking soda and vinegar, they burn out too quick for my liking. So far tnb has been the only thing that made a noticeable difference. Good luck
 

Southernontariogrower

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I would love to find a recipe for diy bags, using tnb naturals and they seem to work well. Using homemade 2 ltr. Pop bottles with sugar and yeast too. Maybe a longer lasting yeast by chance?
 

bodderz

New Member
I would love to find a recipe for diy bags, using tnb naturals and they seem to work well. Using homemade 2 ltr. Pop bottles with sugar and yeast too. Maybe a longer lasting yeast by chance?
My year of trying to get easy c02 ended in a 19 litre container (water cooler bottle) that can last up to 2 weeks and i can go anywhere between 800 - 1800ppm in a tent. Small bottles made for a lot more work as they convert to alcahol fairly swifttly and then it's diminishing returns for your sugar/yeast routine. My 19 litre is a bitch to move around but it's a weekly or fortnightly change out so it's managable. Definitely go with a bigger water reservoir if you want long runs and less change overs, the big vessel/bottle always wins for me.
 
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