Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by isit4:20yet, Jan 22, 2013.
what does CO2 do for pot plants
Plants "breathe" CO2. So giving them extra makes them respirate more and take in more nutrients, causing faster growth!
Seriously? They have these things now called "books". They even have "videos" if you have a hard time with the books. Find some now!
Is why I gave the first googled link for "CO2 plant" that ended in .org, if one can't bother to at least try.. I'll half-assed try, and hope they find it useful.. lol.
It's quite literally "nos" for plants.
humans breath oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide
plants breath carbon dioxide and "exhale or transpire" oxygen.
what the fuck school system did you come from?
You people are all fucked up and rude. Don't talk stupid shit on anyone's thread you morons. It's a question so if your going to be dickheads about you can suck a fat one bitches...
plants need CO2 for photosynthesis.
The molecules in CO2 are converted into glucose (C6H12O6). Here is the chemical formula:
6CO2 + 6H2O -> C6H12O6 + 6O2
So CO2 helps your plants create energy to grow in the form of glucose.
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