Canna Cannazym


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Canna Cannazym

1 Litre

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Cannazyme contains over 12 different types of enzymes, vitamins and plant extracts. This powerful enzyme additive breaks down dead roots and stimulates new root growth. It works perfectly alongside Canna Rhizotonic for a more powerful effect. By breaking down this dead root matter it will significantly lower the chances of root disease formation, increasing your plant’s ability to create and sustain healthy growth.

How it works

When a plant is transplanted, when plants are moved and sometimes during watering the root hairs will break off. Root hairs are the plants main point of absorption. These broken root hairs are then broken down by Cannazyme and Canna Rhizotonic will stimulate accelerated regrowth of root hairs. Cannazyme also allows space to be created for the fresh growth of new roots when you wish to re-use your growing media. The beneficial micro-organisms, vitamins and plant extract boost overall plant health and facilitate robust, vigorous root growth.

How to use Canna Cannazyme

Canna Cannazyme is available in 1L & 5L bottles and is suitable for all growing mediums and systems. If you choose to reuse your substrate it can be used as a drench or soaking solution to quickly break down any roots that remain within, creating nutrients for your next plants. The Canna Feed Chart recommends use throughout your plants’ entire lifecycle, right up to final flush. Make up your nutrient solution and add Cannazyme at a rate of 2.5ml/L and mix well. Please do not use any peroxide products as this will kill or seriously impair the work of the beneficial microbes.

Canna Cannazyme works alongside Canna Boost Accelerator, Rhizotonic and Cannazyme to complete the exceptional hydroponic nutrient & additives range from Canna. For help with these products and how to use them, including ingredients and reviews please call us or check out website.


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