Hygrozyme = molasses?

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budboy299

budboy299

Today was the first time I have ever bought hygrozyme. I opened the lid and took a whiff...damn it smells exactly like blackstrap molasses.
So much so that I mixed up some diluted molasses in water and did a non-scientific side by side sniff test.
they both smell identical.
Anyone ever had any thoughts on this?
 
jah_hoover

jah_hoover

I think its a secret like CocaCola

Hygrozyme Enzyme Formula


A culture of pure enzymes, developed specifically for horticultural applications.
Hygrozyme Enzyme Formula - A culture of pure enzymes, developed specifically for horticultural applications.

Hygrozyme is derived entirely from natural ingredients that are induced by fermentation processes to produce bacteria free enzymes and complex chains of amino acids. Enzymes have a proven role in the root zone and can greatly enhance plant performance by eliminating harmful organisms and creating a healthy environment for roots to perform their functions. The bio-fermentation process used to produce Hygrozyme is unique and exclusive to Sipco.

Hygrozyme is the result of ten years research and development by leading enzyme company Sipco Bio Engineering of Canada. This company has a long history of excellence in the field of enzymatic formulations for various applications - Waste water treatment, pharmaceutical and medical technology and of course Horticultural products. Hygrozyme was developed and field-tested with the help of growers, farmers and industry professionals, including members of various growers’ co-operatives in California and Canada. Hygrozyme may well be "the greatest breakthrough in Horticulture in the last decade."

Other enzyme products are contaminated by the leftover bacteria from the fermentation process and can rapidly spoil and lose their efficiency - however Hygrozyme is unique in that all bacteria are eliminated from the liquid by a special process before it is bottled.

Hygrozyme has an almost unlimited shelf like and retains its efficacy until it is used by the grower. It offers all the benefits of cultured enzymes in one powerful and stable solution.
 
budboy299

budboy299

Thanks Jah...hahaha still has the molasses smell to me though. I did try running molasses in my DWC buckets. I just saw though that I had a huge gooey mess. Now to clean out the buckets and start fresh again! Thanks again Jah for the info
 
Texas Kid

Texas Kid

Some guy with a light
Are you sure? Hydrozyme smells nothing like molasses, it is not a bloom booster or potassium source of any kind..

Maybe Hydrozyme and not Hygrozyme..

Tex
 
zjymark

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Thanks Jah...hahaha still has the molasses smell to me though. I did try running molasses in my DWC buckets. I just saw though that I had a huge gooey mess. Now to clean out the buckets and start fresh again! Thanks again Jah for the info
Do you have bud candy knock off?
 
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