Field Study

Vitazyme on Peppers – 2012, Jutiapa, Guatemala

In this Guatemala pepper trial, where only a single application to the root zone was made, the fruit size was dramatically increased (56% wider and 62% longer), as were the number per hectare (32%). Weight was boosted by 16% on average. These results were gained due to greater chlorophyll development and subsequent growth, and increased transplant survival. Also, contributing to a greater final yield was a greatly reduced infection from a viral disease that severely infected the control area after a storm, early in the trial, tore off the plastic covers of the growth tunnels.