Tiresias Mist is made of naturally occurring minerals and is non-toxic, non-allergenic and will not cause harm to the user, plants, or pets. At the same time, the stem that is being treated should not be consumed (it will be covered with pollen sacs so that shouldn’t be an issue). Finally, the most important aspect of using this product:…have fun, get crazy, and start your experimentations. You now have the ability and the freedom to produce your own female seeds and genetics! Enjoy.
– Always female seeds.No more guessing involved
– No more waiting weeks for overseas deliveries
– A tap root from a seed will produce higher yields
– Store seeds for future use and crop timing
– Easier to transport seeds versus seedlings or clones
– Become your own mad scientist by creating your own genetic strains
– Allows you to save your strain!
How It Works
Tiresias Mist allows for even the most amateur grower to produce their own feminized seeds. The active ingredient in Tiresias Mist is safe and effective. A one ounce bottle will treat one branch of a plant to produce feminized seeds on the same plant, or to produce genetically female crosses with other plants. What you are doing using Tiresias Mist, is taking a female plant, treating one branch and enabling that one branch to create male characteristics i.e. pollen sacs. You can then take the pollen from that branch and pollinate the flowers of the rest of the plant to produce seeds that will, 100% of the time, be feminized.
Tiresias Mist Directions for Use
You may also want to experiement by using the pollen from one plant to pollinate a different plant creating perfect genetic crosses while maintaing the 100% female seeds. Male seeds are impossible because the pollen still carries over the female genetics. This is different from using a hermaphrodite method as there is no risk in carrying over the hermaphrodite trait to the seeds while using Tiresia’s Mist.
Isolate plants that are being treated from other female plants you do not wish to produce seeds. Pollen is minute and very efficient in finding females. Choose a plant that has not started flowering and is at least two weeks in the vegetative cycle. A good rule of thumb is to start treating the plant when it is five inches in height, depending on the strain, and five days prior to going into the flowering cycle. Mark one branch that you wish to treat. Using a ribbon works well. Protect the rest of the plant from any over spray. Remember to spray lightly so the entire branch is misted. Concentrate your spraying on the stem versus the foliage though, the treatment of the full stem is the most important part of this process. Mist the chosen branch once a day for 21 days. The male characteristics, pollen sacs, will lag behind the female flowers so be patient! Continue growing plant until female flowers are showing and our ready to collect pollen. Hold on to the pollen for future use or dust your female flowers with the pollen produced in step 4. Continue growing until your seeds are mature and then harvest and store them for future use.