Field Study

Vitazyme on Peanut – 2005- Gladewater, Texas

In this greenhouse peanut study in Texas, Vitazyme produced the greatest plant height, Rhizobium nodulation, and dry matter accumulation of all six treatments during the course of this study. Vitazyme + Product B (at 50% levels) produced the most young peanuts, but there was no statistical difference between that treatment and all others except the control. Since total peanut production is directly related to early dry matter accumulation, these results with Vitazyme predict that it would produce the greatest final peanut yield in the field. The active agents in Vitazyme stimulated chlorophyll production, plant metabolism, and energy transfer to the roots to feed a high population of Rhizobium bacteria which fixed high amounts of nitrogen for the greatest plant growth.