Hey brother, these gals are being troopers.Look at those girls struttin away!
im looking at that lil c02 setup- clever!!
The co2 is pretty cheap to run, i buy the economy sizes lol.
I have ran it with out and can tell a difference in just about every aspect of the flower cycle.
Whats up brother, hey the yeast fermentation method works well, but it no so much requires more maintenance but a different kind. Both are fairly cost efficient too.I've seen the yeast method used before in grows but not the vinegar and baking soda one. I did a quick read and see that it's just a slow drip of vinegar, thankfully
Would you care to share how you have it set up and what you did to disperse the co2 over the plants? I get the idea and I see the tube running down, but I am curious and intrigued. Whenever you may have time, no rush!
I found both these methods in a grow book i picked up in 1997. The guy's method for the vinegar method was like this take a 4 liter pitcher mix 1/3 cup baking soda and just enough water to make a slurry. Then make a bridge across top place a glass with 8oz vinegar and a tissue paper that reaches bottom of glass and hang over the side. The tissue will syphon about a drop every ten seconds. This will last about eight hours the co2 will still be making then just wait till next lights on and fill the glass back up with vinegar. Keep repeating till the pitcher is full then discard or use as a cleaning agent,
Make sure pitcher is above canopy as the co2 is heavier than the air. pretty cool stuff.
So im doing that i just have an old vinegar jar that fits pretty good on top of my baking soda jar. The hose is running to a turbo fan that hangs about lights high. Im just trying to evenly disperse the co2 the best i can.
My six inch canfan is above the lights in theroy im hoping it helps suspend the co2 somewhat. It atleast helps in my mind.