Field Study

Vitazyme on Roses – 2003, South America

In this study of rose production (variety Latin Lady) in Ecuador, the objective of reducing the number of “blind”, unproductive flower stems was achieved using Vitazyme biostimulant. Using weekly applications of 1.55 ml per 30 m2 of bed, the treated plants were more growthy, developed more root mass, and had 24 percentage points fewer unproductive stems than the untreated controls. The results show that Vitazyme is a powerful tool for increasing the flowering potential of roses, especially for the varieties that have difficulty producing blossoms on some stems.