What is Nzyma
Nzyma is an additional fertilizer.
Nzyma includes: vitamins, amino acids, enzymes and plant extracts.
Mineral absorption is increased by the use of enzymes, thus you get better growth, intense color and stronger resilient plants.
Why are enzymes necessary for your plants?
Enzymes are necessary for every chemical reaction. Enzymes are catalysts that work, Nzyma becomes active as soon as it is absorbed by the plant. Nzyma increases mineral uptake and enhances the bioavailability of minerals such as zinc, calcium, magnesium and iron. Enzymes are required for all functions and every cell needs about 100,000 units for its metabolic processes.
Nzyma fertilizer as aid and catalyst
Nzyma acts as an aid in the process of converting minerals in direct absorbed power supply for the plant.
Without enzymes, plants can not effectively use the available mineral stock. Enzymes are the main tools to regulate metabolic activity. The chemical reaction between the enzyme and minerals, not only provides a direct byproduct of absorbable nutrients for the plant. When acting as a catalyst for the chemical reaction that is required to produce the nutrition of plants, are enzymes responsible for the speed of the progress of these reactions. The appropriate amount of enzymes was introduced with the mineral application is crucial for the health of plants.
Effect of Nzyma with plants and crops
The effect of the addition of Nzyma has been studied in pot experiments. Upon addition of 100,000 units per liter of nutrient increased plant “dry weight” yield by 32% after 8 weeks of administration of Nzyma. What indicating that the observed growth stimulation was due to a, for example, higher speed of phytin hydrolysis. The enzyme-induced growth stimulation was observed with plants in pots filled with soil low in nutrients (sand) which means that Nzyma-5 can make more nutrients and better absorbed by the plants.