Enzymes are used to break up dead plant material in the substrate the plants live in. To do this, just add the product to plain tap water and soak the medium with the solution. After a couple of hours, the organic material is turned in to water soluble substances that can be washed away. The use of Prozyme during a grow is also beneficial to the ecosystem. Add Prozyme to the feeding water after the nutrients are mixed thoroughly. Enzymes can always be added to the feeding water.
Advantages of using Profs Prozyme
Preventing rot and fungal disease
Disease-spreading bacteria and fungi regard old root vegetation as a source of food. Fungi cause stress and impede growth. Prozyme avoids all that. Prozyme is effective against rot as well, which cuts toxin production to a minimum and reduces the risks of disease.
Decomposing residual waste
Roots continually die off as part of the natural process of renewal. The enzymes in Prozyme quickly break the dead vegetation down into minerals and sugars. This helps the good bacteria that aid nutrient uptake and protect roots against fungal attack.
Dead roots are quickly disposed off, establishing a better air-to-water ratio. With more oxygen and room to move, the still living roots have scope to develop better. To support this process, we have added a number of vitamins to Prozyme to stimulate root growth. The healthier root system is directly visible in the plant's vitality and the quality of the crop.
Prozyme improves the condition of the ground. Ensuring the fast decomposition of old root vegetation means a properly aerated root environment, which improves the proportion of water to air in the medium.
Prozyme comprises over 16 different enzymes, plus added vitamins. These elements improve the uptake of nutrients and the immune system of the plant. Vitamins also promote the production of hormones.
Suitable for any medium
Prozyme can be used with any medium and is suitable for use on soil, in recirculation systems, when growing on coconut and in hydroculture. Prozyme is suitable for both indoor and outdoor cultivation.