I have a question guys. Do u guys reccomend using enzymes with each feeding? I use three different enzymes as well. Biocozyme, senziyme, enzyme komplete. So my other question is can I use only one enzyme product throughout the cycle??
I guess more opinion than facts though.
Your hydro store charges you for water, keeping the lights on and cartoons on the label. There's an epic "cheaper enzymes" thread floating around on the internet if you Google. Spend your money on science and not SHAZAM in a bottle.
Oh boy, some hydro store snake oil. Bill is hating on the hydro store again.
There's probably a better alternative that is cheaper. There are 4 types of digestive enzymes.
Amylase breaks down carbohydrates.
Protease breaks down proteins.
Lipase breaks down fats.
Cellulase breaks down plant fiber.
Which of these do your hydro store products contain? I have no idea.
You can buy a product like Bio-Clean or Rid-X sewer enzymes that contain all 4 for much cheaper. They won't harm trees if the roots get into your septic system, meaning they are safe for your trees. They are helpful with making KNF inputs and can be used start to finish with cannabis.
Unless there is some ingredient advantage or a reason that a liquid must be used in formulation like Growmore Flowering Cal-Mag, I would always prefer to use a powder.@BillFarthing do you still stand by using Bio-Clean or Rid-X?
Are there actually proteins and fats in Jacks, Kelp, vulvic etc to be broken down?
Hygrozyme seems to be one of the best enzyme products out there, with 4 enzymes and higher concentrations that other hydro-store options.
Hygrozyme contains an industry leading concentration of 4 core enzymes: 1,000 U/mL Cellulase, 100 U/mL Xylanase, 75 U/mL Hemicellulase and 40 U/mL beta-Glucanase, which are also complemented by a unique blend of additional hydrolytic enzymes to assist in the effective breakdown of dead root matter.
Do you think the Xylanase & hemicellulase and beta-glucanse are better enzymes for DWC than Protease, Lipase and Amylase?
Seems they both have Cellulase.
The powdered enzyme Kelp4less offers only has a single enzyme from the Pepsin family of Enzymes.
Kelp4less pluralizes enzymes, insinuating that there are multiple strains perhaps, but just all from the Pepsin family? I'm gonna give them a call today.
No. They add the hydro store "green tax" and you pay to ship water.
Yes. They are microbes that are beneficial to roots.100% all natural enzymes
So either product will be ok to use in a live reservoir right?