The Results

Our recent tests conducted by an Award Winning Cannabis Grower* have shown:

      • More Productive Footprint
        With endomyx, the plant grows differently, reaching higher for the sources of light and capturing photons that are usually not received. The footprint per plant is smaller, allowing for more plants in the same space. A 20% increase in the number of plants is not uncommon.
      • Increased Plant Yield
        Not only are buds bigger, there are more of them. Areas lower down on the plant that are usually not utilized produce buds where buds were not seen before. This has lead to a 25% increase in yield.
      • Faster Growth
        Clones taken from treated plants produce roots 3 days faster than regular clones. And treated plants are show a need to be harvested earlier.
      • Increased THC
        Test results from side-by-side comparisons showed an increase in THC. (We are happy to send you the results.)


    • Just the productivity improvement and yield increase have resulted in incremental yield increases of up to 50%, but we know that can be improved upon. Add in the shortened timeframes, and you’ll be able to make more efficient use of your space for additional crops over time.The reason for these dramatic results is because endomyx boosts the plant’s natural ability to strengthen itself, which allows for greater nutrient uptake. Increased feedings are common, as the stronger plant seeks out additional food, which makes it grow bigger, stronger and faster. It also allows the plant to make more efficient use of fertilizers – as soils are flushed, there is less fertilizer being carried out with the water.
      Plants in corners have been treated, those in between haven’t.

      This is where the growth comes from – the plant eats more, so it grows more. It also can access additional photons for a more efficient use of lighting.

      Depending on the strain and wholesale price, endomyx can deliver an return on investment (ROI) of at least 20:1, and in many cases much higher.

      (*Awards won include 1st place 2014 Karma Cup Sativa as the Green Canvas, and multiple Prairie Cup Awards in 2012, 2013 & 2014 as Helping Sask Grow.)