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CO2 to Temperature increase relations.

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by Prof.Greenthumz, Sep 17, 2017.

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    Prof.Greenthumz

    Prof.Greenthumz New Member

    Sup peeps, so to get down to it and without going ham into describing wtf I'm doing, my questions are these.
    I'm doing aero in a CLE(sealed environment). I am wondering what the corresponding amperage would be for CO2 and Temperature. I have only read two topics pertaining to this which read that you can do 300ppm for every +1°F, and the other was 100ppm for every +0.7°F? With that being said I have read that people who are pushing 1500+ ppm in CO2 can be in the 90°+ range. And if I'm wrong you can only raise the room temperature +2° a week, which would leave you vegging for longer than 5 weeks if you are starting out at 80°F (transplanted and start of veg phase temperature)? So I am kinda looking for a chart (which I have been trying to create myself) that looks something like this.
    Cloner-
    week1-ambient-800ppm/77°F-80°F
    Vegetative-
    week1-800-1100PPM/80°F-82°F
    week2-1100-1400PPM/82°F-84⁰F??
    week3-1400-1700PPM/84°F-86⁰F??
    week4-1700-1800PPM 86°F- 88⁰F??
    week5-1800PPM ??⁰F
    Flowering-
    week1-1800PPM ??°F ??⁰F
    week2-1400PPM/84°F??
    week3-1000PPM/81°F??
    week4-600-ambient PPM/79°F
     
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    Mullumbimby

    Mullumbimby Well-Known Member

    About a pound (per amperage, divided by the ppm of the ambient CLE)
    That's Centigrade - you'll have to do the conversion to inches yourself.
    Good luck with your grow.
     

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