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Hygrozyme Horticultural Enzyme
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$13.39 – $457.96
Hygrozyme is an all-natural non-toxic enzyme product and contains a complex mix of dozens of enzymes that breaks down old root mass to allow for and stimulates new growth.
Hygrozyme is an all-natural non-toxic enzyme product and contains a complex mix of dozens of enzymes that breaks down old root mass to allow for and stimulates new growth. It offers growers a number of advantages over competing products. Hygrozyme is bacteria free meaning that it has a virtually unlimited shelf life and there is absolutely no risk of introducing living bacteria into your system. With Hygrozyme there is no longer a need to introduce or create crop vulnerability by introducing a foreign germ culture to your sterile growing environment. After reviewing current enzymatic market products, it was determined that Hygrozyme actually incorporates all the benefits and capabilities offered by leading enzyme products and much more – all in one powerful formula!
Check out John in 60 Seconds Series About Hygrozyme
|ARNY:||In this episode of John in 60 seconds, we’re going to talk with him about Hydrozyme. He’s got 60 seconds to answer our questions. Ready John?|
|ARNY:||Here we go. What is Hydrozyme?|
|JOHN:||Hydrozyme is an enzomatic cleaner. It’s actually an enzyme that breaks down dead roots to prevent root rot and to help nutrient uptake.|
|ARNY:||How is hydrozyme used to treat root rod?|
|JOHN:||Root rod occurs when there is either too warm of water or too warm of a root zone which leads to lack of oxygen. The roots start to decay. Now if there’s less dead root matter there, it’s less chance of getting root rod so the Hydrozyme helps in that aspect.|
|ARNY:||How do you use Hydrozyme in your garden?|
|JOHN:||Hydrozyme is a concentrate so you’re going to follow directions just like all concentrated liquids and you’re going to make sure that you follow directions. Make sure never to use too little or too much and see how your plants react.|
|ARNY:||Finally, let’s share a pro tip with our listeners.|
|JOHN:||Whenever you’re using Hydrozyme, you’re always preventing root rod so as a pro, I would always use Hydrozyme from beginning to end; from clone to harvest really as a preventative and as a maintenance for nutrient uptake.|