By SIPCO Innovation Inc.



What is it? Hygrozyme by SIPCO Innovation Inc. is made of enzyme-based cleaning products used to help clean systems and growing media, this product is bacteria free and easy to use. 

Hygrozyme works by cleaning and strengthening roots. Roots need to be clean, strong, and free from buildup, otherwise, plants will not absorb the crucial nutrients they need to thrive. Hygrozyme enzyme formula accelerates the speed of natural root zone reactions for reactions that are supercharged.  Hygrozyme is compatible with all nutrient and supplement programs. It is effective in all growing media and all growth stages!





How to use it?

Propagation Preparation:  Mix 1.5mL per L (6mL  per gallon) of water. Soak trays and media prior to use. Proceed with normal regimen. 

Hydroponics & Soil Media:  Mix 2-2.5mL per L (8-10mL per gallon) of water or nutrient solution. Never exceed 4mL per L (12mL per gallon). Recommended to be used with every watering unless otherwise determined by your feeding schedule. 


How it works:  Contains non-plant food ingredients: 1,000 U/mL Cellulase, 100 U/mL Xylanase, 75 U/mL Hemicellulase, 40 U/mL Beta-Glucanase.

These enzymes are proteins, made up of amino acids that act as catalysts which facilitate, energize, and speed up biochemical reactions. Enzymes are specific in the reactions they catalyze, a diverse variety of enzymes must be present in the root zone to carry out all the different biochemical transformations required to break down the various components of the decaying plant material. These enzymes were chosen based on their ability to bind to their specific active site and the impact they can make in the root zone.                    


Extra notes from DAN:  Enzymes are considered the “knife” of the nutrient kingdom. Like a knife, enzymes break down and split apart compounds and turn them into more usable forms. Enzymes bind to molecules and alter them in specific ways. Enzymes speed up reactions and produce products. These products are easier to digest than the initial compound.



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