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O2 Grow oxygen booster - increases plant growth

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40 gallon capacity ($399.00)
20 gallon capacity ($299.00)
10 gallon capacity ($199.00)

Through electrolysis, these titanium plated disc emitters will increase the parts per million of oxygen to higher than normal levels which in turn increases plant growth by an average of 20%. All tests were conducted and documented at the University of Minnesota and The University of Tennessee. We also ran an experiment at our nursery and had an average of 20% increase in foliage growth/spike development.



All products carry a One Year Warranty against defects excluding the emitters. The emitters have an end of life cycle at 1600 hours of use. Refer to the 'Intro' section of this product for more details regarding emitters and maintenance. Any defective product will be replaced with proof of purchase within one year of purchase.

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