Gas Sensing for Optimal Marijuana Crop Growth for Medical Use
Dec 05 2019
With a greater global acceptance of medical marijuana, the demand for crops has grown exponentially with a strong motivation towards improving crop yields. For best results, crops benefit from the careful control of temperature, lighting, nutrients and carbon dioxide (CO2).
In this article, we find out how Edinburgh Sensors gas sensors are used for measuring CO2 whilst allowing extra CO2 to be added to the air in greenhouses for growing marijuana or any other indoor crops.
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