Field Study

Vitazyme on Grapes – 2010, Pudahuel, Chile

In this Thompson Seedless grape trial in Chile, Vitazyme applied at the “initial” time caused a remarkable 30% yield increase, while marginally improving the maturity and coloration of the grapes, by 6% more than the control (73% vs. 67%) on February 24. The “final” Vitazyme treatment gave an excellent 16% yield increase on February 24, advancing fruit color development, while also improving the percentage of the initial picking by 5 percentage points more than the control. The Vitazyme applications did not improve the maturity and yield of the grapes by much, showing that, in this situation, only one application was required to achieve excellent early coloration and high final yield.