Field Study

Vitazyme on Soybeans – 2012, Columbia, Missouri, USA

In this University of Missouri study on the effect of Vitazyme on soybean yield, growth parameters, and free amino acids levels, the free amino acids were shown to be significantly reduced by two Vitazyme applications, one at planting (on the seeds) and one at the R1 stage. The reduction was 18%, meaning the plant pathogens (bacteria, fungi, nematodes, viruses, and some insects) would be inhibited from damaging the plants. Vitazyme enhances metabolic cycles in plants, thus speeding the incorporation of free amino acids into proteins (proteosynthesis) and reducing their buildup in plant tissues.