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  1. As far as I read, CO2 bags are a less-kown non-hazardous method of supplying CO2 to plants. Apparently the bags consist of a type of fungus called mycelium in a nutrient ambient. When the fugnus grows, it generates CO2 until it exhaust all the nutrients. Sounds pertty simple to make. so I am wondering why this method is not used more frequently by micro-growers? On the other hand, the comercial CO2 bags like this one are rediculusly expensive on ebay. What I need to know to make such bag is where to get mycelium and what is the nutrient to put in the bag? If I know that I just put them together in a bag. Appreciate your hints.
  2. As far as I read, CO2 bags are a less-kown method of supplying non-burning CO2 to plants. Apparently they are a typ of fungus called mycelium in a nutrient abient. When the fugnus grows, it generates CO2 until it exhaust all the nutrients. Sounds pertty simple to make. so I am wondering why this method are not used more frequently by micro-growers? On the other hand, the comercial CO2 bags like this one are rediculusly expensive on ebay. What I need to know to make such bag is where to get mycelium and what is the nutrient to put in the bag? If I know that I just put them together in a bag. Appreciate your hints.