About us

The birth of ExHale

Glen Babcock, Founder

Some 20 years ago I realized the biological function of mycelium. Before that for 25 years I had lived a life of a seed breeder’s son. My father always had a saying; “First the Seed”, when I was young we would plant thousands of crosses hoping to get 20-30 that showed promise of actual becoming a hybrid worth offering to the public. This process would be years in the making.

That same philosophy went into creating ExHale. It is well known thatmycelium releases CO2 just like humans. When looking into the possibility of utilizing mycelial-cultivated CO2 for plant production it was obvious to me, it has to be a special strain that only wants to produce CO2.

With most cultivated mushrooms, your goal is to get mushrooms. Go figure. After you have harvested your crop what you have left is fairly valuable, mostly for compost, which in itself produces CO2. The gig is a mycelial strain that produces little or no primordia has more vigor and therefore produces more CO2 for a longer period of time. Just like a mother plant, ExHale just keeps cranking as if thereis no end to the day.

ExHale came out of a true love of agriculture and out of the need for a less expensive, easier, safer and more harmonious way to provide your plants with CO2.

Some 20 years ago I realized the biological function of mycelium. Before that for 25 years I had lived a life of a seed breeder’s son. My father always had a saying; “First the Seed”, when I was young we would plant thousands of crosses hoping to get 20-30 that showed promise of actual becoming a hybrid worth offering to the public. This process would be years in the making.

That same philosophy went into creating ExHale. It is well known thatmycelium releases CO2 just like humans. When looking into the possibility of utilizing mycelial-cultivated CO2 for plant production it was obvious to me, it has to be a special strain that only wants to produce CO2.

With most cultivated mushrooms, your goal is to get mushrooms. Go figure. After you have harvested your crop what you have left is fairly valuable, mostly for compost, which in itself produces CO2. The gig is a mycelial strain that produces little or no primordia has more vigor and therefore produces more CO2 for a longer period of time. Just like a mother plant, ExHale just keeps cranking as if thereis no end to the day.

ExHale came out of a true love of agriculture and out of the need for a less expensive, easier, safer and more harmonious way to provide your plants with CO2.

Some 20 years ago I realized the biological function of mycelium. Before that for 25 years I had lived a life of a seed breeder’s son. My father always had a saying; “First the Seed”, when I was young we would plant thousands of crosses hoping to get 20-30 that showed promise of actual becoming a hybrid worth offering to the public. This process would be years in the making.

That same philosophy went into creating ExHale. It is well known thatmycelium releases CO2 just like humans. When looking into the  possibility of utilizing mycelial-cultivated CO2 for plant production it was obvious to me, it has to be a special strain that only wants to produce CO2.

With most cultivated mushrooms, your goal is to get mushrooms. Go figure.
After you have harvested your crop what you have left is fairly valuable, mostly
for compost, which in itself produces CO2. The gig is a mycelial strain that
produces little or no primordia has more vigor and therefore produces more CO2
for a longer period of time. Just like a mother plant, ExHale just keeps cranking as if
thereis no end to the day. ExHale came out of a true love of agriculture and out of the need for a less expensive, easier, safer and more harmonious way to provide your plants with CO2.

Glen Babcock, Founder

Photosynthesis is the process by which plant leaves make
carbohydrates. Sunlight, CO2 and water are converted into
carbohydrates and O2 by the action of chlorophyll in the chloroplasts
of the plant. Plants growing indoors under artificial light often
lack enough CO2 to efficiently photosynthesize.

When plants are able to maximize the process of photosynthesis,
the results are larger plants with larger yields.The ExHale Cultivator
is designed for small to medium grow spaces, providing 4 to 6
plants with the CO2 they need. Exhale can be used for both
vegetative plant growth as well as for fruit and flowers.
ExHale comes complete and is cultivating CO2 even before you
get out of the checkout line.

No need to turn it on or turn it off, simply place ExHale in your
grow space and leave it alone to do its job, a continuous shower
of CO2 directly onto your plants is the most efficient way to
deliver the CO2 they need 24 hours a day for up to six month!.