Vitazyme on Bermudagrass – 2003, Greenville, Texas
Growth results: On May 28, 2003, 56 days after Vitazyme application, four 3-inch cores were collected on each side of the dividing line of the treatments. The cores were thoroughly washed clean of all soil on roots blotted to relative dryness with paper towels and weighed. The data were analyzed by Analysis of Variance using Cohort software.
Conclusions: Vitazyme applied to this bermuda grass ﬁeld in north Texas caused a great increase in both root and leaf growth … 48% in this trial, signiﬁcant at P=0.001. The leaves were also deeper green for the Vitazyme treated grass, indicating greater photosynthesis and carbon ﬁxation resulting from this biostimulant.