Exhale CO2 Cultivating Bag for Indoor Grow Rooms
ExHale Homegrown CO2 Bags
provide a continuous supply of carbon dioxide with no need to refill bottles or use expensive regulators, generators and monitors. The power of the product lies in the mycelial mass, which is growing on organic matter inside the cultivator, and the one-way breather patch located on the bag. Supplies up to 1500 ppm CO2, depending upon room size and ventilation for up to 6 months. Easy to use, just hang slightly above the height of the plants in your grow space. Each bag will provide 4-6 plants with a continuous shower of CO2. No need to turn it on or off -- simply leave it alone to do its job!
Simply hang the bag above your plants (CO2 is heavier than air, so it will fall) and keep the air moving in your grow space with a fan. The moving air will keep the CO2 from staying near the floor where your plants can't reach it. This item works best for your indoor/hydroponic garden when the room is small and/or recirculates the air within it. Also, periodically turning your fan off will help the CO2 ppm increase in your room to give your plants a boost. And remember, plants can be comfortable in higher temperatures when the CO2 ppm is relatively high.
The XL ExHale is designed for grow spaces up to 36 sq ft.
How It Works
Photosynthesis is the process by which plant leaves make carbohydrates. Sunlight, CO2 and water are converted into carbohydrates and O2 by the action of chlorophyll in the chloroplasts of the plant. Plants growing indoors under artificial light often lack enough CO2 to efficiently photosynthesize. When plants are able to maximize the process of photosynthesis, the result is larger plants with larger yields.
ExHale CO2 Bag
cultivates CO2 24 hours a day with no need to refill bottles or use expensive CO2 production units. The power of ExHale lies in the mycelial mass inside the vented cultivator. This mycelial mass cultivates CO2 and the microporous breather patch releases CO2 continually for up to 6 months.
If you're confused or have questions about CO2, check out our CO2 buyers guide.
*Exhale bag contents start off a little brown or tan in color, they quickly turn white as the mycelial mass inside grows and matures- there is nothing wrong with your bag if it a variety of browns and whites.