CO2 vs No CO2 - Gardening Cannabis Indoors

Cannabis plants need CO2 as part of the process of making energy from light via photosynthesis. Using CO2 in an indoor garden will result in about a 20% higher yield. Although, you may not want to give your plant CO2 throughout the entire grow cycle...

Grateful Grower, a grower on YouTube, has an indoor garden where his plants are currently on week 5 of flower - day 33 to be exact. He transplanted them into 1-gallon grow pots and is using Pro Mix as his growing medium. He used CO2 for this grow, however, he didn't use it for the entire grow.

He only uses CO2 in the vegetation stage for the first 21 days. Why? Well, he talks a little bit about that in his video below. He also talks about the highest yield he has gotten from using CO2 vs not using CO2. His results may surprise you...

Check out his video here:

Products shown/mentioned in this video: Helios 7- Lumatek ballast- Dominator XXXL 6" grow light reflector- Hortilux 1000w HPS blub- Vortex 8" inline fan- Carbon filter 8"- Dehumidifier- Temperature and humidity monitor- Oscillating fan- Advanced nutrients- Tomato cages- Plastic grow pots- SCROG net- Pro Mix- Azamax-

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