Here’s a quick HQ Video clip of us having a quick peek in on Rock Nutrients Resinator Testing. Resin production will be measured versus Rock Resinator (RSN8) treated and untreated plants cultivated with grow lights indoors with climate control.
Light levels are measured in lumens ( X100 on the read-out in the vid)
Temperature is optimal-80 Deg F, and RH levels are a little dry in the air at around 40%, but would read higher directly in the crop canopy.
These Scotch Spearmint plants have been grown using Rock Nutrients. All plants have been treated the same, with one exception-and possibly a very important one-and that is, half of the plants in the crop are being fed with Rock Resinator as an addition to the regular feedings of Rock Fusion Bloom that all the plants in the garden are receiving following a FEED, FEED, Water cycle in Pro Mix, a peat based soilless mix.
Here’s a description of Resinator:
Rock Resinator uses an extensive and complex combination of phosphorus and potassium designed to pack on extra size and weight to your harvest. Rock Resinator ensures your favorite plants are given the best opportunity to develop to their fullest natural potential.
Rock Resinator incorporates cutting edge blending technologies to provide a consistent and reliable product, with the results delivered sure to Rock your grow! There are absolutely no chemical Plant Growth Regulators (PGR) incorporated into Rock Resinator so you can rest assured the plants you harvest are free from PGR’s!
Rock Resinator is used and trusted by thousands of plant growers, both professional and hobbyist, around the globe.
Rock Resinator is easy to use and concentrated too! For most applications, just add Rock Resinator beginning the second week of flowering through harvest at a rate of 4mL per gallon of nutrient solution for a mild solution. For a stronger solution, use up to 8mL per gallon. Always shake well before use.
In California, this product is available as The Rock RSN8.
Erik Biksa has been writing about and discussing hydroponics growing, related technologies and cropping methods since 1999 in a variety of professional publications and platforms globally Erik has travelled the world learning and teaching modern growing techniques and technologies and is appreciated by many growers for his informative yet hands on approaches. Presently, he is the Editor at Grozine Hydroponics Mag.