Effect of Triacontanol on cannabis growth

1.Enhance photosynthesis

As we know, photosynthesis is an essential process for all plants. It is the process of turning light into energy and it is.

For healthy vegetation marijuana needs over twelve hours of light per twenty-four hour period. As photosynthesis is responsible for over 70% of cannabis production, your goal is to maximize the amount of photosynthetic activity occurring in your crops’ foliage.

Triacontanol can be used as a photosynthesis enhancer. When applied to cannabis, it can significantly increase the amount of chlorophyll in leaves, thereby improving the rate of photosynthesis.

2.Promote root development

The source of a healthy cannabis plant is a healthy root system.

The job of the roots is to absorb the water and nutrients in the soil, then transport those essential vitamins and nutrients up through the plant via the root system.

By increasing the size of your root mass, you’ll increase your plants’ capacity for nutrient storage and energy production.

In other words, bigger, more expansive roots mean the improvement of cannabis’ yield, quality.

Triacontanol increases cell division rates which promote root growth. And enhance the activity of enzymes & hormones to increase the brix level in cannabis.


On Sept 8, 2017 the EPA labeled Triacontanol as a Plant Growth Regulator (PGR)
It is controlled in the US by the EPA as a (pesticide)

It does have a label.Providing the link below. It appears to be used quite a bit in Asia and I believe it is manufactured in China.

US EPA, Pesticide Product Label, TRIACONTANOL SP,09/08/2017