Gardening is a hobby that makes use of all five of the senses – seeing how the plants are developing, feeling the soil to make sure it’s healthy, hearing the contented buzz of the bee’s as they gather pollen, tasting the fresh fruits or vegetables from the garden, and smelling…all of it. Fresh soil, fragrant flowers, ripe vegetables…it’s no wonder that people get hooked on the experience and look forward to starting over each season.
Smell is one of the senses that can be taken for granted in a garden (except a rose or other flower garden!) but for a lot of herbs, trees, and fruits, it’s one of the most important. On an almost instinctual level, people will make certain the fruits and vegetables they’re about to eat don’t smell rotten. There’s an entire industry built around essential oils, which are compounds extracted from plants that capture their unique scent and are used for everything from freshening up fabric that’s been in storage to aromatherapy for stress relief.
These fragrant plants produce terpenes, which are a diverse class of organic compounds that are responsible for the unique smell each plant has and are the primary elements used in essential oils. While many growers may be aware of fertilizers and amendments that help provide a plant with added nutrition to facilitate a greater yield at harvest, there’s a nutrient that can be applied to a grow that is specifically formulated to increase the concentration of terpenes in aromatic plant oils.
After years of research into these naturally occurring plant compounds., Terpinator by Rhizoflora was created for the sole purpose of increasing these aromatic oils by enlarging the gland size and also multiplying the amount of gland sites that produce terpenes on the surface area of the plant. By providing the necessary building blocks for secondary metabolites, Terpinator helps increase the trichome counts and productivity by supplying the plant with a soluble form of potassium.
Potassium is found in most of the fertilizers and nutrient-enriched soils on the market, but it’s mostly insoluble for the plant as it’s bound to soil components such as mica or clay. Since plants best absorb potassium through external, soluble sources, Terpinator is providing the plant with a nutrient it needs, but may not be getting in sufficient amounts because of the method of delivery.
For a grower interested in trying Terpinator to increase the aromatics in their garden, they’ll find it doesn’t upset their routine. Terpinator is safe for use in all grow applications with the same feed rate, and it can be incorporated to any nutrient regiment with no change to a pre-existing schedule. For a grow with an array of plants, it won’t interfere as Terpinator is safe for use on all plants, and is used through both the vegetative and flowering stages – there’s no change of nutrients through the entire cycle!
From flowers to fruits, it’s worth it to give Terpinator a try – for those interested in aromatics, they’ll be able to smell the difference!
Have a hydroponic or garden supply store? Left Coast Wholesale has you covered with wholesale pricing available on Terpinator. If you’re looking for Terpinator near you, call 800.681.1757 today to find a local Terpinator retailer!
It may seem early, but a little forethought goes a long way towards avoiding crowded nurseries and sold-out supplies. From soil, fertilizer, trellis – everything but seeds – Left Coast Wholesale has it stocked up and ready to ship out for a successful growing season in 2020!Here are our top 6 picks for what you need for your outdoor grow this season…
Growing indoors takes a lot of time, effort, and patience – but the outcome is worth it! Whether you plan on growing a whole garden of vegetables, or making sure your pantry stays stocked with fresh herbs and spices year-round, Left Coast Wholesale has you covered with the indoor growing supplies that will help make your indoor grow a success this winter!
Of course, plant enzymes are different from the thousands of enzymes found in the human body – and there are only four of them. These four enzymes work together to break down amino acids, fatty acids, and digest carbohydrates. These enzymes are the first step in making sure the nutrients are available for your hungry, growing plants – and they work hard doing it! These enzymes are working to make sure that all the vitamins and minerals are properly assimilated and distributed so they are available to uptake for your ravenous young sprouts.