Field Study

Vitazyme on Corn – 2003, North America

This in-field sweet corn study in New York revealed that Vitazyme, applied at planting, significantly improved the early growth of the plants which resulted in a 14% yield increase, as well as an
improvement in several growth characteristics: heavier ears (+6%), larger ears (+2%), and better filled ears (+5%). The unfilled ear length was only about half as long (0.18 inch less) for the Vitazyme treated ears than
for the control ears.  The income increase with a single Vitazyme application was $33.38/acre, showing the product’s economic viability for sweet corn growers. Another product tested along with Vitazyme in this study produced a higher yield, but the net income increase was less.