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TERPINATOR is a sponsor of the 2017 Golden Tarp Awards by The Ganjier. We thank them for the support as well as the commitment to advancing our community. Contact this expert via the information below and get the information  you seek.

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About This 2017 Golden Tarp Sponsor

Terpinator sponsors The Golden Tarp Awards

Terpinator 0-0-4 is a one of a kind proprietary blend specifically designed to maximize terpenoid and plant oil production. Formulated to be pH neutral, Terpinator is a safe addition to any grow setup or feed regimen, and is perfect for small scale and large scale applications alike.

Looking for that extra “wow-factor” to set your plant products apart from the competitors? Look no further than Terpinator.


TERPINATOR® can be used during the intire life cycle of the plant. Vegetating phases of growth: Add 5–10 ml per gallon of water. Reproduction and fruit-set stages of growth: Add 10–30 ml per gallon of water.

TERPINATOR® won’t burn and can be used with any growing media, fertilizer, or nutrient program. TERPINATOR® has a neutral pH.


Some types of plant oils have terpenoids, or compounds that contain very interesting odor molecules. Terpenoids are molecular compounds that consist of repeating units of a 5-carbon structure called isoprene. Many plants incorporate aromatic compounds that produce a plethora of odors that have been long thought to affect our physiology through odor activation (aromatherapy).


Two common odor molecules are limonene and myrcene. These occur in a wide variety of oil producing plants, and can be described to smell like lemons and grapefruit, respectively. Many researchers have been aware of the power of odor chemistry to affect our moods, for example, many people describe a feeling of “sunny happiness” when smelling limonene. These types of compounds end up in the glands that inhabit the “skin” of plants, and can create biological affects in our bodies when ingested. For example, the plant oils in mint can cause a feeling of relaxation when taken as a cup of tea.