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    CO2 vs Temp?

    Hey there plan on saturating CO2 in my grow shortly.
    http://www.420magazine.com/forums/jo...row-mazar.html

    I have heard that you can run higher temps with a saturated CO2 environment. My question is: is it necessary to run higher temps?? I live in a cold place and am struggling to keep temp up anyway. So I was wondering if I could just bust out the CO2 and run the same temps?

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    Re: CO2 vs Temp?

    Mazar I Sharif is a hearty and easy grow, and it holds up well to tempature changes well, I have "gassed" my Mazar between 50 deg. F to 85 deg.F and never had a problem.
    Remember to start the "gassing" at least 1 hour into the photo Cycle so the stomata can absorb it, Hope this helps. Canon

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    Re: CO2 vs Temp?

    Quote Originally Posted by Canon Smoke View Post
    Mazar I Sharif is a hearty and easy grow, and it holds up well to tempature changes well, I have "gassed" my Mazar between 50 deg. F to 85 deg.F and never had a problem.
    Remember to start the "gassing" at least 1 hour into the photo Cycle so the stomata can absorb it, Hope this helps. Canon
    thanx that helps a lot. I read somewhere that the plants absorb oxygen during the dark period does it matter if I keep the CO2 going full time as I plan to just use a cheap yeast bubbler...

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    Re: CO2 vs Temp?

    It only absorbs co2 when the lights are on. So put it on a timer.

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    The little darlins only take in the C02 during the photo or light cycle.

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    Re: CO2 vs Temp?

    It's not neccessary to run higher temps but higher temps will allow the co2 a better absorption rate.

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    Re: CO2 vs Temp?

    Quote Originally Posted by Racefan View Post
    It's not neccessary to run higher temps but higher temps will allow the co2 a better absorption rate.
    thanx racefan your a legend.