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Zinc Solubilizing 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.

These bacteria improve the plant growth and development by colonizing the rhizosphere and by solubilizing complex zinc compounds into simpler ones, thus making zinc available to the plants. Zinc solubilizing microorganisms solubilize zinc through various mechanisms, one of which is acidification.

 

  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
  • Essential for protein synthesis.
  • Provides greater integrity to cell walls.
  • Aids in grain development through improved pollution.
  • Improves root growth and root hair development.
  • Increase crop yield and the quality of the produce.
  • Improves soil health and activate hormones.
  • Reduce flower, fruit dropping and enhances yield.
  • Improves nutrient uptake and improves uniform shape and color of the fruit.

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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