Phylazonit Soil Inoculant
A significant portion of costs of plant production is spent on nutrient supply.
We offer the Phylazonit preparation of soil inoculants for farmers who would like to achieve that the nutrients applied can be taken up by the plants with the greatest possible efficiency.
The bacteria found in the soil inoculants will propagate on the surface of the root and exert their multiple favourable effects here. Firstly, they stimulate root production thereby provide larger surface for the nutrient and water transport. Secondly, living on the root surface they help the plants in taking up the nutrients thereby “easing” them from these energy consuming processes which energy can be used by the plant for stimulating other vital processes. Thirdly, by binding the nitrogen content of the soil air and mobilizing the phosphoric forms bound in the soil, they will provide surplus nutrient for our plant culture. By using the Phylazonit soil inoculants, efficiency of fertilization will increase in any case.
Why is it favourable to use Phylazonit Soil Inoculants?
under the effect of the bacterial fertilizer, denser and deeper root will form which will help the plant in taking up nutrients intensively and enduring droughty circumstances
thicker, stronger stem will be produced, ensuring more favourable storage of nutrients and moisture
the plant’s ability to tolerate stress will increase as a result of the balanced nutrient and water supply
the bacteria applied will contribute to the plants’ growth and ensure their optimum vegetation by producing hormones and vitamins
make the phosphor found in the soil available for the plant
ensure rich nitrogen source, and
improve efficiency of artificial fertilizers
Bacterium strains (Pseudomonas putida, Azotobacter chroococcum, Bacillus circulans, Bacillus megaterium) in ration optimized to soil inoculation.
Germ number: 109 CFU /cm3, nutrient solution.
Arable plant cultures: in 10-20 l/ha dosage.
Horticultural plant cultures: in 10-20 l/ha dosage.
Mode of application
It can be used in all arable and horticultural plant cultures in amount of 10-20 l/ha, with 100-300 l/ha water quantity, applied on the whole land surface prior to seeding, planting and immediately worked into the soil, or by means of a special device with 20-40 l/ha quantity of liquid applied on the whole surface then mixed into the seed bed, or injected in the bed simultaneously with the seeding.