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  • Bing Cherries
  • Apples
  • Duke Blueberries
  • Duke Blueberries
  • Sweetheart Cherries
  • Rainier Cherries
  • Winter Wheat
  • Winter Wheat
  • Pears
  • Red Apples
  • Spring Wheat
  • Spring Wheat
  • Winter Wheat
  • Winter Wheat
  • Skeena Cherries
  • Rainier Cherries
  • Sugar Beets
  • Winter Wheat
  • Spring Barley
  • Spring Barley
An All Natural
Solution for Better
Crop Quality

Vitazyme represents a breakthrough to larger, more profitable crop yields and healthier plants while promoting a more sustainable approach to agriculture.

• Increase Crop Profits & Yields
• Improve Soil & Crop Quality
• Reduce Fertilizer Nitrogen Inputs
• Hasten Germination & Maturity

Field Studies

Field Studies

Full Yearly Crop Results

Vitazyme Trials 1996 | Vitazyme Trials 1997 | Vitazyme Trials 1998 | Vitazyme Trials 1999 | Vitazyme Trials 2000 | Vitazyme Trials 2001 | Vitazyme Trials 2002 | Vitazyme Trials 2003 | Vitazyme Trials 2004 | Vitazyme Trials 2005 | Vitazyme Trials 2006 | Vitazyme Trials 2007 | Vitazyme Trials 2008 | Vitazyme Trials 2009 | Vitazyme Trials 2010 | Vitazyme Trials 2011 | Vitazyme Trials 2012 | Vitazyme Trials 2013 | Vitazyme Trials 2014 | Vitazyme Trials 2015 | Vitazyme Trials 2016 | Vitazyme Trials 2017 | Vitazyme Trials 2018




Vitazyme Crop Results - Comprehensive List

Alfalfa, Hay & Forages
Algae
Apples
Avocados
Amaranth
Bananas
Barley
Barley (spring)
Barley (winter)
Beans (black)
Beans (bush)
Beans (dry)
Beans (red)
Beets
Bermuda Grass
Blueberries
Broccoli
Buckwheat
Cabbage
Cactus
Canteloupe
Canola
Carrots
Celery
Cherries
Cilantro
Cocoa
Coffee
Corn
Corn Silage
Cotton
Cowpeas
Cucumbers
Dry Beans
Eggplant
Flax
Flowers
Gourds
Guava
Hay Grass
Herbs
Kiwi
Leeks
Lettuce
Melons
Millet
Mums
Mustard
Nightshade
Nuts
Oats
Oil Palm
Okra
Olives
Onions
Oranges
Ornamentals
Papaya
Peanuts
Pears
Peas
Peas (winter)
Peppers
Potatoes
Plums
Radishes
Raspberries
Rice
Roses
Soil Respiration
Soybeans
Squash
Strawberries
Stylosanth
Sugar Beets
Sugar Cane
Sugar Cane (ratoon)
Sunflowers
Sweet Corn
Sweet Potatoes
Tea
Tobacco
Tomatoes
Tomatoes (husk)
Trees
Turfgrass
Vetch
Watermelons
Water Morning Glory
Winter Rye
Wheat
Wheat (winter)
Wheat (spring)