Carbon dioxide marked with CO2 is necessary for the proper growth of plants. In a closed room, the demand of plants for carbon dioxide is greater than in natural conditions. If the carbon dioxide level is too low, the plants will grow very slowly.
co2 in plant cultivation
Carbon dioxide is an odorless and colorless gas that surrounds us constantly. The air we breathe contains about 0.03-0.04% carbon dioxide. Plants that grow rapidly indoors can use all available carbon dioxide in just a few hours. When carbon dioxide levels drop below 0.02%, both photosynthesis and growth begin to suddenly slow down. Carbon dioxide enrichment has been practiced in commercial greenhouses for 35 years. By adding carbon dioxide to the air in the growth box, we have a positive effect on plant growth. In this way, we also contributed to increasing the yield.
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