THE GREEN PAD is an innovative product designed to increase levels of carbon dioxide in your indoor garden,and propagation domes, absorbing your gardens humidity to power its CO2 generating reactions. Using a unique natural combination of carbons and acids that react to humidity to begin a measured release of CO2 THE GREEN PADS, when kept dry in their original packaging, will last well over a year. This allows you to use them only when you need them. THE GREEN PADS are easy to use each Original GREEN PAD is effective in an area of 200 to 400 cubic feet.
And the new Grand Daddy Pad is used in an area of 800+ cubic feet
Adding more GREEN PADS will certainly increase your PPM levels even higher.
When it comes to supplementing your garden with CO2 THE GREEN PAD may be one of the most inexpensive and innovative ways to get the good gas to your plants. CO2 equipment can get expensive and The Green Pads were designed to produce enough CO2 to be of significant benefit to the indoor home garden without the upfront expense of equipment but with similar results.
THE GREEN PAD is a sheet/pad type material laminated with layers of natural carbons and acids that hangs inside your grow room, tent or garden and absorbs the rooms humidity (35%+) to power its reactions, releasing carbon dioxide. If you add periodic water misting, it will accelerate that activation.
Each full sized GREEN PAD lasts about 2 weeks, they peak at the end of the first week, and new Green Pad’s get rotated in weekly
To maintain higher PPM’s you would want to use 1-2 GREEN PADS per 200 to 400 cubic feet of space. Of course adding more of THE GREEN PADS will certainly increase your PPM’s too. You may add or subtract as many GP’s as you need for your specific area.
THE GREEN PAD is your backup for those using CO2 tanks that run empty. Keep an extra pack on hand for emergencies or when you can’t get out to get a tank refill.
You can open THE GREEN PADS and use them when they need them, in the original package. They will last at least a year. Don’t get caught with a garden where you have depleted CO2 that your plants have become accustomed to. Drop a few GREEN PADS in the meantime!