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Gardening Indoors with CO2 Paperback – Dec 1 1997

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Gardening Indoors with CO2 is the only complete book on Carbon Dioxide enrichment available today. It covers all aspects of CO2 including for the hobbyist and greenhouse grower. For more information see our web site.

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I have been fascinated with indoor gardening for more than 20 years. In the early 1980s there was little information on the subject, so I started to do research. I made hundreds of phone calls and visited countless nurseries. Soon my work was published in Organic Gardening, Houseplant and Growing Edge magazines. The research progressed into the Gardening Indoors Series - NEW REVISED GARDENING INDOORS, GARDENING INDOORS WITH CO2, GARDENING INDOORS WITH CUTTINGS, GARDENING INDOORS WITH HID LIGHTS, GARDENING INDOORS WITH ROCKWOOL. This is the only series of books that deals with indoor gardening and High Intensity Discharge lighting. The series has helped hundreds of thousands of indoor gardeners enjoy exotic flowers and vegetables grown indoors. I am also available at our web site.

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Gives you the basics, but could use an update Feb. 3 2014
By Robert W. Georgantas III - Published on Amazon.com
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This is kind-of at the level as a "X for Dummies" book - i.e. very general survey of using CO2, but short on details. Gives the basic details of using CO2 in small scale (like growing in a basement or a closet). But it doesn't give any details on growing in other situations. Also, the book is very old. It desperately needs an update.