Bactzyme Premium Blocks

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Bactzyme Premium Blocks

BactZyme is a natural blend of bacteria and nutrients. When applied to lagoons and plants, BactZyme releases enzymes that galvanize the natural digestive process of solid waste breakdown. These eco-friendly enzymes and nutrients accelerate the natural biological activity and decomposition process.



What will BactZyme do?

Through accelerated digestion, BactZyme will liquify solid material so that it’s easier to agitate, pump and irrigate. A treated lagoon can be pumped lower than ever before with fewer plugging problems. Once transferred to cropland and because it’s already predigested, this manure will soak into the soil faster with less chance of caking on the field surface. By increasing the level of bacterial activity in the lagoon, BactZyme actually prevents bad odors from forming in the manure. This will be noticed at the time of applying the manure on the field and consequently much less offensive to neighbour’s noses and friendlier to the environment as a whole.

What makes BactZyme different from other products on the market?

BactZyme contains only natural enzyme producing bacteria and nutrients, where many other products are liquid bacterial stimulants that are meant to stimulate existing bacteria to better performance. These are typically more expensive and marginally effective. Bacterial products have proven themselves to be much more effective at a far lower cost. BactZyme cannot be beat for convenience. BactZyme does NOT have to be mixed with water before putting the product into the lagoon. These convenient blocks also ensure uniform application rates on a weekly or biweekly basis. Easy application for controlled coverage (comes in easy to use blocks / 1 block per 100 head per week)

• Easy to use: self dissolving

• Expedites manure digestion

• Maximum odour reduction

• Significantly assists with reduction of ammonia nitrates and other micro nutrients such as phosphorus

• Better soil penetration

• Less caking on field surface

• Increased crop production

• Use less chemical fertilizer

• Cleaner manure pits and pipes

• Reduced plugging of lines