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Has anyone used the product called U-Turn . It's suppose to make your plant stop growing up so you don't have to tip it so you can have a busier plant & still have a crown bud. Sounds promising


Sounds, looks and smells like a PGR. Avoid!





"U-Turn is designed to control the growth of container grown plants by stopping the wood and leaf growth and there for turning all the plants energy into producing the flower."

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I'm looking more into this product and I'll provide you a few things I think are key. Please don't try this product, or if you do at least read the below snippets







Recommended use: Plant growth regulator 
Appearance: odourless yellow liquid 



Ingestion: Rinse mouth with water. Give plenty of water to drink, If vomiting occurs give 
further water. Seek medical advise.
Inhalation: Remove victim from exposure. Allow patient to assume most comfortable position 
and keep warm. Keep at rest until fully recovered. Seek medical advise if effects 


Specific hazards: Non combustible material. 
Fire fighting advise: Not combustible, however following evaporation of aqueous component 
residual material can burn if ignited. On burning will emit toxic fumes. Fire 
Fighters to wear self – contained breathing apparatus. 
PREPARATION AND USE OF PRODUCT: Avoid contact with eyes and skin. After use and 
before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water





Main symptoms: No adverse health effects expected if the product is handled in accordance with 
this MSDS and the product label. Symptoms that may arise is mishandled area. 
Inhalation: Where this material is used in a poorly ventilated area and at elevated temperatures 
and confined spaces vapour may cause irritation to mucous membranes and respiratory tract, 
headache and nausea. Inhalation of mist or aerosols may produce respiratory irritation


Long term Effect: repeated or prolonged exposure to Paclobutrazol may effect liver.


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