During the Indoor Garden Expo in Novi, Michigan, ExHale Homegrown CO2 helped raise funds for Feed the D, a Detroit-based charity dedicated to helping those in need through urban farming. Attendees made a donation to Feed the D and in return received an entry form they exchanged for an ExHale bag and a chance to win ExHale bags for life. The lucky winner of the ExHale bags for life is Kayla Martin. Needless to say, when ExHale contacted her, she was very excited. “Exhale bags for life, whose life?” she remarked. “My life, your life, or the lives of our kids!?! This is unbelievable!” Kayla will receive an ExHale bag every six months from now on. And ExHale did not stop there—another lucky winner was chosen to win CO2 bags for life at the San Francisco Indoor Garden Expo.
ExHale Homegrown CO2 has also released the ExHale 365, which is designed to allow carbon dioxide to be available where you need it and when you want it. ExHale’s design uses a separation seam/hanger that allows the spawn pod to remain active and also allows for specific timing for CO2 production. In celebration of the release of ExHale 365, ExHale drew a name from more than 100 store representatives who stopped by their booth in at the Novi show and Horizen Hydroponics from Grand Rapids, Michigan, received the first case of the ExHale 365 that came off the production line.