FloraMax Resin XS 250mL
|Want to increase resin and trichome production in your plants?|
Usage: Enhances resin and oil content, fruit weight, potency and taste.
Resin-XS is a specialized flowering additive for use in conjunction with PK additives:
- Improves trichome population, resin and essential oil output.
- Aids photosynthesis to improve sugar content, taste and higher fruit weight.
- Improves the ability of plants to absorb water and other nutrients.
- Helps plants produce protein as they grow.
Resin-XS does not contain any PGR’s, toxic substances or induce foul residues in the reservoir.
“I have gone past all previous returns and if there is better quality i haven’t seen it. So obvious”
“When the trichomes pushed out there was easily a third more than normal”.
“Unreal…not going to go on…tooo big now…can’t go into the final week, just tooo big….”
“At the start of the week i thought really nice, everything is producing…then that week it just got huge…best ever. Its amazing, already the overall production is fantastic. The resin is very high and i think better than i have seen in the past”
“The Resin-XS goes well with everything, nice balance in the barrel and now just the most amazing forest green and in 100 percent blooming health. The touch is fantastic, the smell is so earthy and organic and the structure is so solid”
How to prune and train plants to achieve higher yields
To obtain higher yields, the most productive indoor growers manipulate their plants into a low, wide and flat canopy with multiple flowering sites at the ‘same’ vertical height. This allows a larger proportion of your plant to bask in the “sweet zone” enjoying optimum light levels within a temperature range that is ideal for photosynthesis.
This ‘form’ can be achieved through a combination of “topping” followed by Low Stress Training (LST):
Topping is effectively used to obtain multiple, even-sized floral sites.
LST is then used to bring these floral sites to the same height to maximize grow lamp efficiency.
STEP 1. Topping. When and how to ‘top’?
Topping is best done when the plant is very young (less than 2-3 weeks old) and has only 2-5 nodes in total. Topping is the removal of the plants ‘top’ growth just above a node (fig 2). Once topped, the two axillary buds immediately below the cut will then grow out into two new branches. Once these new branches grow out to 1 or 2 leaf sets (or nodes) they can be topped again. This second round of topping will grow out to form four even-sized branches.
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