Just wanted to confirm or break an idea I had. First off Im comming from a chem growers background. Ive been using Hygrowzyme for quite awhile, mostly started as a way to speed up the root breakdown in my recycled soil and help keep my cloner clean but now that Im starting to think more and more organicaly Im thinking that the actual benifit of it is going to explode in a more organic soil. Since it was supposed to be helping microlife carry out important functions in the soil anyways Im thinking since my microheard should be infinitly bigger then it was when I was pouring mass chems on it that I should probably start using less of it and I should see an improvement in its action over time. Am I crazy or will anything that I used to use to "increase microbial activity" work better in an organic enviroment? If thats the case Im about to cut my usage of a few things in half since it would seem I really would not need to be using the kind of volume that a more dead chemy soil would need to have much effect.