Phylazonit Stubble Decomposer
We can achieve improvement of soil constituting the base of plant production by the governed decomposition of the stem residues left on the area.
We recommend use of bacterial preparation Phylazonit Stubble Decomposer for farmers who think it important to improve soil fertility and cultivability.
The bacterium strains found in the Phylazonit preparation of stubble decomposers are able to provide nutrients for our cultivated plants. By releasing the nutrients found in the stubble residues, these bacteria stimulate life in the soil thereby improve its cultivability. The bacterial strains found in the preparation not only enrich the nutrient stock of the soil by reusing the stubble but they also help in decomposing the nutrients already bound in the soil. The easily, quickly decomposing vegetable parts will get back into the circulation of nutrients in one growing season, while the slowly decomposing organic matters will contribute to humus production.
Why is it favourable to use Phylazonit Stubble Decomposer?
the nutrients found in the stubble residue are made available for the plant
it will contribute to the process of humus production thereby increase the organic matter content of the soil
through decomposing stubble residues, it will decrease amount of pathogens and pests surviving the winter period on them
soil structure will significantly improve thereby improving its water, air and heat management
owing to the improvement of the soil structure, the demand for hauling capacity may decrease during soil preparation, thus reducing fuel oil consumption (even as much as by 20-30%)
reaction (pH level) of the soil will change for neutral
Bacteria strains (Bacillus circulans, Azotobacter chroococcum, Pseudomonas putida, Bacillus megaterium) in ration optimized to stubble decomposition.
Germ number: 4 x 108 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
The preparation can be used in all arable and horticultural plant cultures in an amount of 10-20 l/ha (150-200 l/ha quantity of liquid) applied directly on the stubble or the stem residues by means of a special device mounted on a tractor or a sprayer and mixed immediately into the soil.
The treatment should be performed during the operation when a major part of stubble residues is worked into the soil and soil preparation of 10-25 cm depth can be made in good quality.
Since the strains found in the preparation can endure dry soil well, do not time the application to the weather but to the condition of soil!
The efficiency of stubble decomposition can be increased significantly if you chop the vegetable residues to uniformly small size previously.