Building on the success of the much loved Terpinator, Purpinator gives you the ability to bring out your plants natural genetics to create richer colours, aromas and tastes, but how does it do that?…
Purpinator naturally stimulates & activates certain intra-cellular biochemical processes within your plants to facilitate increased production of important flavonoids like anthocyanins, unlocking a plants true genetic potential for that much loved purple hue.
Normally, growers can achieve that purple colouration (in plants with a predisposition to display it) by stressing the plant to alter the plants natural pH. Instead, Purpinator drastically increases the production of pigment inducing compounds naturally while keeping your pH neutral, allowing you to keep your environment perfect and bypass any stress.
To add to this, Purpinator also gives your plants the building blocks for added terpene & trichome production, increasing natural aromas and resins within your plant.
Bare in mind, not all plants have the ability to give you a purple hue due to the lack of anthocyanins or cyanidin within the plants natural genetics, so it’ll work better with some plants than others.
Purpinator can be used in any medium or system, making it a very versatile booster to add into your schedule (just make sure you’re not using Terpinator & Purpinator, it’s either one or the other). Purpinator can be used throughout both the vegetative and flowering stages, although it is more important to use during the flowering stage, especially towards the end of your plants cycle (last 2-3 weeks).
Feeding Guide –
Veg: 0.5ml – 1.0ml per litre of nutrient solution
Early to Mid Flower: 1.0ml – 3.0ml per litre of nutrient solution
Late Flower (last 2-3 weeks): 5.0ml – 8.0ml per litre of nutrient solution