Will high co2 levels effect drying plants?

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mikeross

mikeross

I want to start using Co2 in veg. I can get away without having to run an A/C if I use my drying/processing room as a lung room. Doing so will equalize Co2 levels in both rooms. So my question is, when I have whole plants in the lung room to dry, will a co2 level around 700-1000ppm effect the drying buds in any negative way? Thanks!
 
Pushrod Monkey

Pushrod Monkey

No. But you’re wasting CO2 if running it in the dark and it’s really most useful first half of bloom.
 
mikeross

mikeross

No. But you’re wasting CO2 if running it in the dark and it’s really most useful first half of bloom.

Well hopefully I won't be wasting to much as both rooms are sealed. My burner will be hard plumbed into a gas line so pretty inexpensive to run. WIll cost more to buy an A/C and power it.

My main concern is if the high co2 levels will effects the cure/terps etc.
 
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