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Enzymes in horticulture: boosting plant health and growth

Horticulture, the art and science of cultivating gardens and managing plant growth, has seen significant advancements in recent years. One of the breakthroughs in this field is the use of enzymes to enhance plant health and growth. In this article, we delve into the world of enzymes in horticulture, with a special focus on Botan Vital, a liquid, natural enzyme preparation that has been making waves in the industry.

Understanding Enzymes in Horticulture
Enzymes are biological molecules that act as catalysts, speeding up chemical reactions in living organisms. In horticulture, enzymes play a crucial role in improving plant health, root development, and overall growth. They achieve this by breaking down organic matter, enhancing nutrient uptake, and mitigating the risk of pathogens in plant substrates.

Botan Vital is a liquid enzyme preparation that can be used to improve cultivation.

"Botan Vital's enzymes excel at quickly breaking down root residues in inorganic substrates," the CubicGrow team explains. "This prevents the accumulation of old roots, which can lead to rotting and hinder healthy plant growth. Enzymes in Botan Vital also play a crucial role in minimizing the presence of harmful pathogens in substrates. This contributes to a safer and more disease-resistant environment for plants. Botan Vital goes the extra mile by including added vitamins that promote root growth. These vitamins not only strengthen the root system but also increase its capacity to absorb essential nutrients from the substrate."

Enzymes have become important tools in modern horticulture, offering a range of benefits that contribute to healthier, more robust plants.

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Cubic Grow BV

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