Typically, blue and red pigments in plants are influenced by anthocyanins such as cyanidin. Anthocyanins are a type of plant colour pigment that belong to the larger group of compounds known as flavonoids. The colour of an anthocyanin pigment is generally linked to the cell sap pH; the pigment cyanidin is blue in a high pH solution, violet in neutral solution, and red in more acidic conditions.
In combination with a blue light range of 400-500nm, also known as the action spectra for pigment production, Purpinator increases the production of flavonoids while maintaining a neutral cell sap pH, resulting in the expression of more "purple" in capable cultivars
Questions & Answers
Have a Question?
Be the first to ask a question about this.