Increase Your THC Levels Using Bud Factor X
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | October 31 2011 | 10025 views | Comments ↓
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Medicinal marijuana growers are on a quest to create the highest potency medicine possible. Through years of trials and tribulations, combined with the help from modern science, we have discovered that boosting a plant’s essential oil production in turn boosts the potency and cannabinoid content.
The trichomes produced by marijuana plants contain the majority of the medicinal cannabinoids growers are trying to cultivate. There are a few ways medical marijuana growers can enhance trichome production, like adding UV light or creating intentional stress, but the favorite choice is specific nutrient additives. After establishing a quality base nutrient regiment, it is time for a grower to seek out amendments with a particular function, like essential oil production.
Most essential oil boosters for plants are single-faceted and only really produce a small increase in resin and oil production. Bud Factor X from Advanced Nutrients is a multifaceted, extremely powerful formula designed to maximize production of terpenoids, resins and essential oils. Bud Factor X’s unique composition of bio-active ingredients affects plants on a intracellular level and helps bring out a genetic’s natural inherent qualities while contributing to higher yields.
In combination with a quality fertilizer program, Bud Factor X will allow your plants to continue high photosynthetic rates throughout the blooming phase. Besides the bio-active ingredients, Bud Factor X contains reduced forms of nitrogen and B-vitamins that will continue to stimulate root development. I like using Bud Factor X from the beginning to the end of my bloom stage, eliminating it only during my “flush” week. I would describe Bud Factor X as a “wow” product because I literally saw a difference after using it. Kudos, Advanced Nutrients. Bud Factor X is an incredible amendment and will remain a permanent part of my nutrient arsenal.
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Monday, 31 October 2011
Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Oct. 31st 2011