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Sulphur Oxidizing Bacteria

Dextrose is a sugar derived from corn and research suggests that it is very valuable when mixed with liquid nitrogen. Dextrose has a very valuable role to play in supplying the sugars that feed the bacteria as the bacteria are just beginning to break dormancy and get active in the soil.

Sulphur is essential for many growth functions in plants including nitrogen metabolism, enzyme activity and protein and oil synthesis. Generally, sulphur-deficient plants have short and/or spindly stems and yellowing of the young (top) leaves.Sulphur Oxidizing Bacteria enhances the rate of natural oxidation of Sulphur and production of sulphates and makes them available to plants at their critical stages, resulting in increased plant yield.

 

  1. nutrient contentParameters
  2. BasePowder
  3. Viable cell countCFU minimum 5 x 107  cell/g
  4. Contamination levelNo contamination at 105 dilution
  5. pH6.5-7.5
  6. Particle SizeAll material pass through 0.15 to 0.212 mm IS sieve
  • Sulphur is one of the essential plant nutrients classified as secondary nutrient.
  • It is essential for all plants and is indispensable for the growth and metabolism.
  • It increases the solubility of micronutrients, like iron, zinc and manganese.
  • It is involved in the formation of chlorophyll.
  • It has a number of oxidizing function in plant nutrition and is best known for its role in protein synthesis.

Grapes & Banana, Citrus, Mango, Tomato,Corn, Pomegranate, Groundnut, Cotton, Soyabean, Coconut, Potato, Brinjal, Onion, Garlic, Cumin, Chillies, Beans, Okra, Pea, Tomato, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Sugarcane, Paddy, Rice, Wheat, Oat, Barley, Mustard, Sunflower, Carrot, Sorghum, Bajra, Lawns, Gardens, Green House, Etc.

250 Gms. per acre.

 

  • Method of application: Seed Treatment, Seedling treatment, Soil application and Drip irrigation.
  • Packing : 25 Kgs HDPE Bags
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