Ionized Silver - Ethylene Blocker

Ionized silver is an effective ethylene blocker. Treated female flower sites will lose the ability to transfer the female flower hormone to new cells. As a result only male hormones are passed on and the resulting cells grow into pollen-producing "male" flowers. Since genetically the plant is still female this pollen will carry XX chromosomes and any female plant pollinated with it will produce ALL-FEMALE seeds!

Our ionized silver is free of sediment and agglomeration. It is clear with a visible amber tint, deep enough to make some batches look like urine. In one photo you can see the Tyndall Effect where a laser beam is shone through the liquid and the entire beam is visible. This is due to the light reflecting off the silver ions suspended in the water. An easy indicator or quality.

We only use 999 fine silver or higher as well as clean distilled water.

Price is for a 4oz spray bottle (pictured). S&H is extra. Larger orders are possible on request. 4oz is plenty to reverse a single shoot or even a small clone.

THIS PRODUCT IS FOR COSMETIC HORTICULTURE APPLICATIONS ONLY. NOT FOR HUMAN OR ANIMAL CONSUMPTION. DO NOT CONSUME PLANT MATERIAL TREATED WITH THIS PRODUCT.

INSTRUCTIONS: spray targeted female flower site(s) 2-3 times daily, until soaked, beginning 5 days prior to flowering schedule. One daily application may be done during lights-off. Best technique is to get extremely close and focus on the crotches at the nodes and under the leaves. Avoid applying to top sites as they are too densely flowered and may be a waste of product - instead focus on the lower and middle growth where bud clusters are smaller and slower to grow. Results should be visible prior to week 3 of flower but will vary based on genetics and other environmental factors.

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Listing created Oct 19, 2019