your assuming I'm stupid.You can have too much CO2 in your grow room. The way you can tell is when you go into the grow room to check on them, you ffall asleep before you realize what is happening, and then you wake up on a cloud playing a harp with little wings on your back
I do not believe that his "freakishly large" leaves had anything to do with him releasing a fire extinguisher in his space a few times. Also, like mentioned, there are dangers in doing this as CO2 is deadly and it has to be incredibly expensive. Fire extinguishers are not cheap nor are the refills. This is a waste of time effort and money.you all have my curiosity amped up. just what can go wrong even if I fed the plants too much co2? I have a friend that released co2 from a fire extinguisher every once in a while. pretty much uncontrolled. within a few days the leaves on the new growth were freakishly large so he stopped because he didn't know what was going on. much latter I was told that's just what was supposed to happen. large leaves allow for more photo sinthases to happen. please straighten me out if I'm wrong. but from what I have seen nothing bad happened from releaseing co2 for a few days. actualy it did the plant good. can too much oxygen harm people? co2 is oxygen for plants. some scientists say that dinasours grew so large partly because of the increased oxygen way back then.
Yep, that's why I have an air conditioner and a dehumidifier in the flower room.I run co2, a 20 lbs tank and a mini gen. Does improve growth rapidly especially in veg. With that in mind, you must also feed heavier. With co2 by the time you notice a defentacy it is to late. Things move fast with the addition of co2. I also have 2 closed ventilation systems. One for the lights and one for air exchange. Humidity is a very noticeable with co2