AgriBacter® –a high quality 2 component inoculum product that contains min 1х1010 CFU/ ml of Bradyrhizobium kind bacteria. The product allows inoculating soybean seeds 90 days before sowing.
Bioboost® Plus(Liquid) is a unique dual action inoculant for soybeans. It combines a patented plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) – Delftia acidovorans – with Bradyrhizobium. The synergy of two superior bacteria strains working together increases nitrogen fixation and enhances the overall growth and development of the plant.
BioBoost Plus contains 2×109 Bradyrhizobium/ml and 1×107 Delftia acidovorans/ml. This ratio of the two organisms has shown to be highly effective in the field. The effect of Bradyrhizobium on a soybean crop is well documented and understood. The symbiotic relationship between the Bradyrhizobium and the soybean plant results in nodules forming on the roots, where nitrogen fixation occurs, ensuring that nitrogen is available to the plant when the plant needs it.
The PGPR, Delftia acidovorans, is active in the soil. It is attracted to root exudates and will move toward growing roots where it will multiply and colonize the root zone. The bacterium has a number of beneficial modes of action that positively impact plant root growth; this ultimately supports higher yields, depending upon environmental and soil conditions.
Rhizofix® Soy-a high quality inoculum product that contains min 4×10⁹ CFU/ g of Bradyrhizobium kind bacteria. The product allows inoculating soybean seeds 24 hours before sowing.
RhizoFix® Alfalfa – a high quality inoculum product that contains min 2×10⁹ CFU/ g of Sinorhizobium meliloti kind bacteria. The product allows inoculating alfalfa 24 hours before sowing.
Strain Sinorhizobium Meliloti can also be used for inoculation of melilot(lat. Melilótus)
Rise P® – bacillus strain IT45 – a reliable alley of root system, start effect for successful growing of your crops.
When applied in aqueous solution in such a way that the Rise P can reach the root zone of plants the contained micro-organisms, which are activated by hydration and the presence of root exudates, will rapidly populate the root area resulting in a number of very beneficial outcomes being obtained: