Field Study

Vitazyme on Tomatoes – 2012, San Manual Chaparron, Guatemala

This Guatemalan tomato trial proved the great effectiveness of Vitazyme – applied four times during the growth cycle – to spur plant and fruit development and yield. Treated plants produced many more flowers and fruits during development (at 45 and 65 days after transplanting) than did the untreated control plants, exceeding the controls by 50% in flowers and 42% to 129% in fruits. During the five harvests, Vitazyme gave large increases in average fruit diameter (18%), fruit height (29%), fruit weight (7%), fruit per hectare (26%), and yield per hectare (33%). With major improvements in both size and yield, these effects of Vitazyme on the tomato crop prove its great efficacy for tomato growers in Guatemala.