Field Study

Vitazyme on Bermudagrass – 2006, Stephenville, Texas

This extensive study of Princess 77 and Tifsport bermudagrass with fertilizer and Vitazyme at Tarleton State University has revealed that, with few exceptions, fertilizer consistently increased leaf growth and leaf chlorophyll content while enhancing leaf coverage of the soil. Vitazyme in several cases, with or without fertilizer, produced more roots than did fertilizer, and usually the combination of Vitazyme and fertilizer produced superior grass growth and appearance. Many of the effects noted were significant at P = 0.05. The 26 oz/acre rate of Vitazyme did not usually produce superior results compared to the 13 oz/acre rate. These effects were noted in both the new seeding and the established sod trials.