Bio Fertilizer

Azospirillum Natural Nitrogen Source Fertilizer

Azospirillum  is the free living nitrogen fixation bacteria . Azospirillum  released ammonical nitrogen into the soil and improve soil fertility, Production of phyto hormones like IAA, Gibberillins and Cytokinins. Production of some antifungal substances which inhibits the growth of soil harmful fungi and resulted in lowering the disease incidence.

Azospirillum Recommendation

  • Seed Treatment-Take Azospirillum 8 – 10 gm per kg of seed.

  • Seedlings Treatment- Take Azospirillum 8 – 10 gm per lit.of A solution of Azospirillum prepared, seedlings are dipped in this solution for 30 minutes before transplanting.

  • Soil Application – Take 2 – 4 kg Azospirillum per acre mixed with 50-100 kg of well decomposed F.Y.M/compost or vermi compost or field soil before sowing or broadcast up to 45 days after sowing in the standing crop and irrigate the field.

Phosphorus Solubilizer

Phosphate is a essential nutrient to the plant. It is important to plant’s productivity and healthy growth. But Due to immobilization of phosphate by mineral ions such as Ferrus, Aluminium and Calcium and organic acids, the rate of available phosphate in soil is very low to plant needs. Chemical fertilizers are also immobilized in the soil, immediately so that only 20% of nutrient is absorbed by plants.So the Phosphate Solubility Bactria converting the insoluble phosphate compound in soil. Such organism not only assimilates phosphorus but also cause a large amount of soluble phosphate to be released in excess of their own requirements and saves the Phosphate nutrient . Phosphorus solubilizing activity is determined by the ability of microbes to release metabolites  and maintain the soil pH. Phosphorus solubilizing ability of Phosphate Solubility Bactria has direct correlation with pH of the medium.​

Phosphate Solubil Bactria Recommendation

  • Soil Treatment – Apply 4 kg/acre Premium Phoster in 50kg well decomposed Fym/compost/vermi compost/field soil thoroughly and broadcast in the field before sowing/planting or in the standing crop.

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