DIY Terpinator style resinator

It is easy to make your own Terpinator style resinator, and it is MUCH cheaper than buying it.


  • 378.5 grams of Potassium Sulfate (aka Sulfate of Potash)
  • 1.5 teaspoons of natural dark cane sugar
  • 1 gallon of water

Mix well until everything is dissolved and then pour in to a jug for storage. If you wish to make less just divide the recipe accordingly.

(NOTE: DO NOT mix with Silica - this causes them to bond in to an insoluble salt)

  1. Start with 4 ml per gallon during feeding of Week 3 and 4 of flowering.
  2. Increase to 6 ml per gallon during feeding of Week 5 and 6 of flowering.
  3. Increase to 8 ml per gallon during feeding of Weeks 7 and beyond of flowering until harvest.

So this is for resin and terp production

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Yes, exactly. Check out Terpinator to read the praises of using this, then make your own :slight_smile:


Somewhat. Those will not trigger terpenes just gives the machine energy. Something needs to trigger it to go beyond normal.
It’s a lot of other stuff too. notice it’s sold in the uk as an oil. this is 2019 so this maybe purpinator which all i know is just adds epsom salts.
Also FudgeFactorX was tested by state to be about 5k ppm SA.
A currently preferred composition is provided below in Table 1:
Ingredient Weight percentage
monopotassium phosphate 4-10
sulphate of potash 10.5
sucrose 51
L-glycine 4.5
d-calcium pantothenate 4.5
L-leucine 4.5
L-cysteine 4.5
sodium ferric diethylenetriamine pentaacetate 0.5
floral ethanol extract of mango extract 2
floral ethanol grapefruit and/or citrus extract 2
floral ethanol Catharanthus roseus extract 2
floral ethanol Pelargonium odoratissimum extract 2
ethylenediamine-tetra-acetic acid (EDTA) 0.5
tetrasodium salt
Sorbitol 2
methyl paraben 2
potassium sorbate 2
Ethanol mix of extract pigments, including yucca 1.5
Total 100
The composition of Table I is preferably formulated by steps A-I describ

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Will Molasses will work?

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For soil it will feed bennies. In still not sure if simple sugars are taken up by roots.