2019 was another excellent year of crop studies for Vitazyme, once again proving it efficacious in both producing greater yields and improving profit margins. Vitazyme was tested in a field study on Banana Crops in the Dominican Republic and showed stunning success, as it has done so on countless crops.
A cost-profit analysis was also calculated using the data accumulated from the scientific study. The results show an astounding net profit increase of $1730 per hectare with the addition of Vitazyme.
- By making two Vitazyme applications at 1 L/ha each, with a one-month interval, an average increase of bunch weight of 4.5 lb (10.2%) above the farm control was achieved.
- Applying Vitazyme increased the fruit finger caliber of filling from 0.5 to 0.7 grades above the Control.
- The length of the banana hands, with Vitazyme, increased from 0.3 to 0.5 cm over the Control.
- The overall cost per hectare of the Vitazyme program was US $40 (US $20 per application), to produce 221 cases per hectare (10.1%) above the Control. This resulted in a net profit increase of $1730 per hectare.