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Rocket Stove Exhaust Gas as Greenhouse Warmer

 
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Hi,

I'm in the theoretical stage of learning about permaculture and all its associated loveliness.
I watched some wonderful vids on rocket stoves, and want one.
Having thought about wanting one for a bit, I then thought about the permie concept of benefit stacking, or whatever it's called.
And I thought, surely we can use the exhaust gases - room temperature co2 and steam?
Surely a greenhouse is the ideal recipient of these gases.
Warmth.
CO2.
Moisture.

Has anyone run a rocket stove exhaust to their greenhouse, and if so, with what results?
If not, why not?
Thanks.

W.
 
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There are other components of exhaust gas. Nitrogen compounds etc. People should not breath any gas whose constituents are unknown and highly variable.
 
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