Thanks, both Hygrozyme and SLF-100 seem very promising!!
Digging in a little, I found that:
- Hygrozyme is based on four kinds of enzymes and has zero bacteria or fungi.
- SLF-100 contains enzymes AND multiple types of bacteria. This info is from the "unofficial SLF-100 guide" (an interesting read).
- Both Hygrozyme and SLF-100 can be used in hydroponic systems that use H2O2 as a sterilizing agent (even recommended?).
I was sure that H2O2 will attack all types of bacteria! SLF-100 has multiple types of bacteria. What am I missing??"Bacillus Subtillus - catalase-positive bacteria - meaning given the ability to grow overnight in a simple sugar medium and added to H2O2 it will break the extra oxygen, atom off the end - the real enzyme test.”
Also, would I still be able to use the same res water for 2-3 weeks with SLF-100? I aim for minimal maintenance :)