I want to know if enzymatic action on commercial nutrients creates a sugar or a type of fermentation.
If anyone is reading this far, this late, you are curious about enzymes like myself.So what is the conclusion on what the best enzyme product is?
I like how Hygrozyme has 4 or 5 different enzyme strains in it
I was also highly considering buying kelp4less' enzyme powder. But I think this is just a single enzyme strain? It's not multi-strain like Hygrozyme is?
What about the Bio-Cozyme that was suggested?
I'm doing DWC & I know Hygrozyme states that it is safe to use with bennies.
Is kelp4less' powder or Bio-Cozyme also safe to use with bennies?
The reality is, thousands of different enzymes exist . . . And they’re all pros at very different tasks.
In fact, they follow a “lock and key” mechanism…
Binding exclusively with the molecules that fit into their active site.
And if you rely on the wrong ones, they’ll bulldoze your root zone . . .
Destroying all organic matter they come into contact with.
In other words, using the wrong enzymes is like using a power drill to make a tiny hole in an expensive painting.
They’ll damage your crops, plain and simple.