skyhook Posted April 19, 2010 Share Posted April 19, 2010 I'm planing to operate a plant nursery in future. now I can only dream. I read that some green house input carbon dioxide. So I'm looking into the cheapest, cleanest and safest way to produce some CO2. I can burn some paper or dried leaves. but it may create monoxide, and probably dioxins. In enclosed space, it can be hazardous. The aquarium people use sugar and yeast to ferment in a bottle. I probably need something with a bigger scale. They are burning some oil or fuel to create CO2. However, it seems to be quite wasteful.Some oils are quite cheap actually, however I will consider cheaper options if there is one. What do you think of the above methods ? and is there any other methods of producing CO2 for a greenhouse or shadehouse ? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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