Well hell, what am I suppose to use then....?
Calculate it for your grow... read the thread I linked it will explain it. Leaf temp is super important and those charts are all using someone else's leaf tempsWell hell, what am I suppose to use then....?
It's not the ppm that's the issue it's the ethyleneAgreed, but venting is a no no here. I do have a ppm controller. So can keep right on the even money during daylight. Not many people do that, just use a timer, that seems much much more dangerous....as I see it....
Will check it all out thank you...You can't AFAIK... maybe an ethylene sensor out there im not sure but venting is a must with burners imo.
Just do some searches here and on the web for ethylene poisoning cannabis. You will find a crap ton of info and accounts of it where it took ppl often times multiple grows to figure it out.
Never owned a burner but seen plenty of the issues with them... I kinda feel like the info saying you don't need to are outdated? I'm not sure. I have never really seen that no venting was suggestedVenting is like a fail safe... I'm honestly don't know if it's required or not. There is a lot of information on the web that says venting is required and just as much information saying you don't need to vent in a sealed room if running a burner.
Like I said, I'm not certain. Venting the room for me is for humidity control during lights out but in the process acts as a fail safe if for anything ethylene builds up in my room because of a faulty burner. If you do run into ethylene issues then venting for sure is going to help. I think the argument from guys who says venting isn't required is if your burner is running perfectly fine, your checking it regularly to make sure that its combusting properly, then theres no reason to vent. I've also read articles that stat even if your burning if operating properly, its still good for the plants to bring in fresh air from time to time. Search... tons of info on the subject on these forums.
Hey dude!Is your product requiring testing?
With burners venting is needed periodically.. with bottled not so much. Plants don't take up co2 at lights out so the ppm really doesn't matter.
You may find a need to feed a bit more and definitely want to make sure you have enough light to take full advantage of it.
Higher temps and lower humidity are beneficial with co2 and I would border on saying necessary