Deadline: Aug 1st.
Topic/title: CO2 Grow Room / Grow Tent Basics
This article should talk about when you want to start using CO2. Optimal levels (1200 to 1500 ppm), ambient air contains about 400 ppm. All other factors of your grow (light, water, temperature, humidity, nutrients, etc) need to be optimized before CO2 can truly be effective since your grow is limited by any one of these factors. Organic ways (http://hydrobuilder.com/fans-filters-environment/grow-room-co2-enrichment-systems-accessories.html?ventilation_c02_type=1753) to add CO2 to a grow vs burners (http://hydrobuilder.com/fans-filters-environment/grow-room-co2-enrichment-systems-accessories.html?ventilation_c02_type=145) or CO2 tanks (http://hydrobuilder.com/fans-filters-environment/grow-room-co2-enrichment-systems-accessories.html?ventilation_c02_type=146). High altitude burners (EXAMPLE1: http://hydrobuilder.com/titan-controls-ares-4-high-altitude-four-burner-lp-co2-generator.html , EXAMPLE2: http://hydrobuilder.com/titan-controls-ares-8-high-altitude-eight-burner-lp-co2-generator.html). Safety considerations. How much CO2 can improve yield (up to 40%). CO2 should be mounted at the top of the grow room / grow tent so that the CO2 rains down onto plants from above since CO2 is heavier than air. Plants only use CO2 during the day in photosynthesis, CO2 at night is wasted. System should be a closed system to prevent CO2 from leaking out. There are many advantages to growers looking to start injecting CO2.
Focus keyword(s): CO2
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Some notes on what we are looking for in writing style and about our company:
Our primary audience grows marijuana either for fun or profit. Our products can be used for a wide variety of plants and we wish to remain plant agnostic, however, we do wish to cover all questions or concerns a marijuana grower might have in relation to the provided topic. We never use the direct terms such as cannabis, weed, pot etc. instead we use terms like herbs, flowers, blooms, resin in order to talk about specifics if needed. Our audience ranges from hobbyist closet growers to professional/commercial growers who provide to dispensaries. Our audience’s experience level varies as well, with some just starting their first grow to others having years of experience and opinions. We want our content to be welcome to both. Any vendors or products that we list in the focus area above should be prominently and positively presented to the audience in the context of the article. In some cases specific products will be shown (image, title, price) within the body of the article as examples. The goal of the content is to educate as well as help customers understand which products or types of products are best for them and their particular garden and goals.
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