Field Study

Vitazyme on Cherries – 2011, Hacienda Achondo, Chimbarongo, Chile

This cherry study in Chile revealed that Vitazyme, applied at 2 liters/ha twice within two weeks of the commencement of harvest, improved the speed of fruit coloration, thus enabling more fruit to be picked comer to achieve a higher market value. Because of the late application time, there was no improvement in yield with Vitazyme as would be achieved with applications early during the growth cycle. There also was no change in the color of harvested fruit, since at harvest all of the fruit was mature. The study reveals the efficacy of this product to advance fruit coloration and promote early marketability.