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SeeGrow has been growing for the past 7 years. Our innovative solutions are used over the whole world and we've helped dozens of clubs with their amazing pitches or beautiful greens.  

 

These projects and people helped us to become the most innovative, sustainable, and dedicated grass growing company around.

The Basics

Plants breathe differently than terrestrial animals. While animals breathe in O2 and breathe out CO2, plants do the reverse. This is one of the most important factors why plant life is the essential part of Earth’s ecosystem. Without greens, CO2 levels would reach suffocating levels in an extremely short while. CO2 is used by plants for growth, because it’s essential for photosynthesis, alongside light and water.

Even though the current CO2 levels in the atmosphere is about 350 PPM, it seems that plants have maintained their ability to consume up to 1 500 PPM of CO2, as they did eons ago. Knowing this is extremely important because the assertion that plant growth could be sped up by increasing the Co2 intake is true.

 

How CO2 Affects Growth

A level below 250 PPM of Co2 will have a negative effect on growth. The use of all available Co2 will be depleted in a few hours time. When the CO2 supply is exhausted, the plants will stop growing. This is one of the reasons why there should be an air exchange

The Basics

Plants breathe differently than terrestrial animals. While animals breathe in O2 and breathe out CO2, plants do the reverse. This is one of the most important factors why plant life is the essential part of Earth’s ecosystem. Without greens, CO2 levels would reach suffocating levels in an extremely short while. CO2 is used by plants for growth, because it’s essential for photosynthesis, alongside light and water.

Even though the current CO2 levels in the atmosphere is about 350 PPM, it seems that plants have maintained their ability to consume up to 1 500 PPM of CO2, as they did eons ago. Knowing this is extremely important because the assertion that plant growth could be sped up by increasing the Co2 intake is true.

 

How CO2 Affects Growth

A level below 250 PPM of Co2 will have a negative effect on growth. The use of all available Co2 will be depleted in a few hours time. When the CO2 supply is exhausted, the plants will stop growing. This is one of the reasons why there should be an air exchange

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