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News — Agriculture

NC State University uses CO2Meter K30 sensors in Greenhouse Laboratory

NC State University uses CO2Meter K30 sensors in Greenhouse Laboratory
K30 CO2 Sensors used in university research greenhouse and growth chamber applications. 

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NEW Wireless and Cloud Connected CO2 Sensor for Growers

NEW Wireless and Cloud Connected CO2 Sensor for Growers
CO2Meter has recently partnered with GrowFlux, a company dedicated to innovating the agriculture space and promoting the long term of economic and environmental viability of controlled environment for growers.

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The Internet of Things Comes to Your Grow Room

The Internet of Things Comes to Your Grow Room
Knowing the CO2 ppm levels in your grow room or greenhouse has become increasingly simpler and more cost effective with the creation of automated CO2 controllers.

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Haney Test Uses CO2 Sensor to Measure Soil Health

Haney Test Uses CO2 Sensor to Measure Soil Health
CO2Meter has worked with Dr. Haney to determine which CO2 sensor provides the best price/performance for a prototype Haney Test Kit to monitor soil health for agricultural farms.

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CO2 Monitor & Controller for Greenhouses Model 2

The RAD-0501 CO2 Monitor & Controller for Greenhouses and Grow Rooms was released 24 months ago. Since then, it has become one of the most popular products we offer. Today thousands of indoor gardeners rely on our CO2 Monitor & Controller to maximize their plant growth. What makes our CO2 Monitor & Controller so popular? Ease of use - Our controller can be up and running in minutes. Simply connect an electronic regulator to a CO2 tank, plug it into the controller, and plug the controller into a wall outlet. Done. Savings - We get lots of comments that our controller...

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