The Role Of Enzymes In Plants

What is an Enzyme?
An enzyme is an organic substance made up of amino acids, proteins, or RNA. Enzymes carry out specific chemical reactions by acting as catalysts, speeding up reactions tremendously and lowering the amount of activation energy required by the plant for these processes. Therefore delivering enzymes to your plants promotes increased growth and helps sustain beneficial microorganisms.

Why Do I Need Enzymes?
Knowing more about what enzymes are and do is important to keeping plants healthy. It is necessary to balance mineral applications with enzyme mixtures so plants will be capable of absorbing all the nutrients possible. In fertile soil, the plants’ roots would be surrounded by billions of beneficial microorganisms that produce enzymes. These enzymes are the main reason outdoor plants can get so big. When you add living, thriving, concentrated amounts of these enzymes into your root zone, you can create the same vigorous, enzyme-rich environment for your roots. To reach your garden’s maximum potential, provide your plants with the specific enzymes they require when they need them most.

How Can I Use Enzymes?
Favored by Dutch growers for decades, adding multiple enzymes enables your plants to unlock their true potential by providing them a concentrated blend of enzymes that support many important functions. These enzymes break down old root material and nutrients to make them more readily available, strengthen the plant’s natural immune system, and help to dispose of excess residuals in the substrate. Providing enzymes helps the plant to absorb a complete array of vitamins and minerals, enabling it to build a strong nutrient delivery system for a bountiful future harvest.

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