Kick Start Your Medical Marijuana Nutrient Regiment With Biocatalyst
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | May 22 2012 | 4314 views | Comments ↓
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Biocatalysts are compounds that accelerate chemical reactions. In the case of growing medical marijuana, the biocatalysts we introduce into our soil increase the rate of nutrient breakdown, nutrient uptake and photosynthesis. There are many ways a grower can add biocatalysts to a fertilizer regiment. In fact, you may already be adding a biocatalyst and not even know it. All enzyme formulas are catalysts and are designed to accelerate the chemical reactions happening in and around the root zone of the plant. The problem with many biocatalyst formulas is they have a relatively short shelf life. This is because most companies, for convenience, sell enzyme formulas in liquid form.
Zyme Alive by Wise Organics is a dry form packet which can be soaked in water or nutrient solution to release the enzymes, bacteria and non-enzymatic cofactors contained within. Made by a proprietary fermentative process, Zyme Alive is packed full of beneficial enzymes and microbes ready to go straight to work for the medical marijuana grower. Wise Organics guarantees that Zyme Alive is 100% natural, non-toxic, and is NOT developed from genetically engineered bacteria.
Medical marijuana growers who use Zyme Alive should experience increase yields, enhanced flavor, improved sugar production, and early flower onset with more flower sites. Zyme Alive is compatible with any fertilizer regiment and can be used in conjunction with or in-between feedings. The use of large dosages of hydrogen peroxide or other oxidizers should be avoided with Zyme Alive. Zyme Alive is packaged in 10g packets and available in packs of 10 or 75. Each 10g packet treats up to 40 gallons of water or nutrient solution. Zyme Alive can be used in both soil and hydroponic applications.
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Article by Lee G. Leissett, on May. 22nd 2012