It is a chemical-free microbial liquid organic fertilizer formulated with its mixture.
FEATURES OF BACTERIA:
It produces more than 24 antibiotics.
It slows down the development of fungal diseases by synthesizing various enzymes. It helps to prevent it partially.
It increases the microbial activity in the soil.
It activates the defense response against pathogens.
Increases nitrogen fixation.
It directly contributes to the solubilization of phosphorus (P).
It secretes siderophores. (Chelating)
It has an antifungal effect by secreting enzymes that break down the fungal cell wall.
Produces the hormone auxin
Salt has the ability to reduce stress.
It significantly increases the nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) content of the soil.
It promotes plant growth in water scarcity.
It plays an important role in eliminating iron deficiency by providing siderophore production.
By increasing the production of chlorophyll, it encourages the plant to benefit better from sunlight and thus, plant growth.
It is the largest of the bacteria, since it can live at 700C, they are not affected by heat stress.
It mineralizes organic nitrogen, making soil nutrients available to plants.
It produces Fungitoxin, which is effective against Alternaria citri disease.
Builds resistance to salt stress.
It supports the development of plants by increasing the presence of phosphorus in the soil.
It provides the bioavailability of metals in the soil such as boron, lead, cadmium and the solubility of iron, manganese, copper and the use of plants.
It activates hormones such as Auxin, Gibberellin, Cytokinin and Ethylene in the plant.
Regulates hormonal functions to improve plant growth under salt and drought stresses.
It takes part in the carbon-nitrogen cycle, improves the nutrient status of the soil, improves soil enzyme activity and plant growth as well as the soil fertility status.
In the studies carried out by the American Microbiology Institute, it has been observed that it increases lubrication in plants such as Corn, Sunflower, Peanut.
Many fungi that cause diseases in plants are struggling against soil-borne diseases. It is especially effective against Pythium, Fusarium and Mildew fungi.
It regulates the N, P, K, Mg, Na, Cu, and Zn concentration of the fruit.
It has a nitrogen friction capacity of 20 kg per hectare of land per year.
It helps the intake of nitrogen and phosphorus as well as micro-nutrients such as iron and zinc in the seed coat.
It has the capacity to produce Amino Acids
Contributes to plant growth by synthesizing Auxin, Cytokinin and Gibberellic acid
Plays a role in the fight against pathogens Alternaria, Fusarium, Rhyzoctonia, Aspergillus, Helminthosporium
It has very high (74,28%) phosphate solubility
It works in calcareous and salty soils and lowers soil pH.
It forms nodules on stems as well as roots.
It can multiply at high temperatures and fix nitrogen.
Increases 1000 grain weight.
It promotes root formation.
Increases total nitrogen fixation up to 3 times.
When it is given from the leaves, it binds the free nitrogen in the air and ensures its uptake to the plant.
It promotes plant growth. They produce various hormones by colonizing plant roots.
Provides plant growth by producing hormones against Salinity Stress, Drought Stress, Acidic Conditions and limitation of carbon sources.
Promotes root growth by producing polyamine.
It promotes root formation.
It reduces osmotic stress.