Advantages and Benefits when use Bio Fertilizer
What are the benefits and advantages of from using biofertilizers?
Increase crop yield by 20-30%.
Replace chemical nitrogen and phosphorus by 25%.
Stimulate plant growth.
Activate the soil biologically.
Restore natural soil fertility.
Provide protection against drought and some soil borne diseases.
Cost effective.
Suppliment to fertilizers.
Eco-friendly (Friendly with nature).
Reduces the costs towards fertilizers use, especially regarding nitrogen and phosphorus.
Why should we use biofertilizers? With the introduction of green revolution technologies the modern agriculture is getting more and more dependent upon the steady supply of synthetic inputs (mainly fertilizers), which are products of fossil fuel (coal+ petroleum). Adverse effects are being noticed due to the excessive and imbalanced use of these synthetic inputs. This situation has lead to identifying harmless inputs like biofertilizers. Use of such natural products like biofertilizers in crop cultivation will help in safeguarding the soil health and also the quality of crop products.
Beneficial microorganisms can reduce plant stress and disease by competing with plant pathogens.
Humic acid is a plant biostimulant and can increase soil fertility, enhance mocrobial activity and reduce water evaporation.
Organic fertilizer nutrients are released slowly and absorbed evenly so plants can grow in a balanced and vigorous way.
May be used to supplement other fertilizers. Will not burn.
SLOW RELEASE of Micro Nutrients to the plants
Helps benefic bacterias and other organisms grow and build soil.
Provides the micro nutrients required for healthy growth.
Is easy to apply on the soil or directly on the foliage on any season.
Improves yields and the quality of agricultural crops.
Reduces the overall cost of fertilizer, based on yield.
Can reduce the number and type of pesticide sprays.
It is a Naturally balanced complete plant food.
Increased micro-organisms in the soil, which can fix nitrogen from the air.
Increased mineral uptake from the soil and into the plants leaves.
Improved seed germination and thicker root development.
Increased bloom set, size of flowers and fruit.
Increases and stabilizes chlorophyll in plants, which remits in photosynthesis, darker green leaves and increased sugar content in plants.
Relieves stress in plants caused by extreme weather conditions.
Increased plant vigor and a greater resistance to disease, insect attack and frost due to increased protein, found within the plant.
Increases the storage life of fruits and vegetables by retarding the loss of protein, chlorophyll and RNA in produce.
Retards the aging process in plants (senescence), keeping them producing longer.
Biological fertilizers promote plant growth in a number of ways.
Aid in replenishing and maintaining long-term soil fertility by providing optimal conditions for soil biological activity.
Suppress pathogenic soil organisms.
Degrade toxic organic chemicals.
Stimulate microbial activity around the root system significantly increasing the root mass and improving plant health.
Increase the available nitrogen for plants far in excess of their own content by stimulating the growth of natural soil microorganisms. These soil microorganisms metabolize nitrogen from the air to multiply. When they die (some microorganisms have a life-span of less than 1 hour) the nitrogen is then released to the soil in a form that is readily available to the plants.
Interact with other soil organisms and biodegradable components in the soil to supply essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, copper, molybdenum, iron, zinc, magnesium and moisture to the plants.
Aid in solubilizing manganese. Manganese is thought to play a significant role in both disease resistance and plant growth.
Increase crop yields by both enhanced growth and by protection because enhanced plant growth is accompanied by reduced stress and improved disease resistance .
Initiate and accelerate the natural decomposition of crop residue turning it into humus.
Effectively control incidents of fungal disease including pathogens on fruits and vegetables.
Provide protection against disease associated with numerous fungi. In some environments, they produce peptides which inhibit the growth of fungi. In others, through a process know as mycoparasitism, they grow toward the hyphae of fungi, coil around them and degrade the cell walls.
Significantly increase yield and reduce incidents of disease in fruit, vegetables, root crops, flowers, trees, shrubs, turf, grain ornamental crops and more.
Provide protection (directly or indirectly) against Collar Rots, Silver Leaf, European Canker, Damping Off, Root Infecting Fungus, Die Back, Dead Arm Disease, etc.
Improve soil porosity, drainage and aeration, reduce compaction and improve the water holding capacity of the soil thereby helping plants resist drought and produce better crops in reduced moisture conditions. One estimate indicates that a 5% increase in organic matter quadruples the soils ability to hold and store water.
Promote the break up unproductive soil, turning it into a productive growing medium.
Stimulate seed germination and root formation and growth.
Promote improved drainage.
Improve soil aeration.
Increase the protein and mineral content of most crops.
Produce thicker, greener and healthier crops.
Produce plants with increased sugar flavor and nutrient content.
Improve seed germination.
Reduce input costs.
Aid in the development of root systems that produce stronger healthier plants more able to resist pests and drought conditions.
Increase soil microorganism populations which in turn increases the uptake of nutrients from soil to plants.
Improve oxygen assimilation in plants.
Aid in rebuilding depleted soil.
Aid in balancing soil pH.
Aid in reducing soil erosion.
The Benefits of Using BioFertilizer in Liquid
Will out perform chemical fertilizer. Increasing both plant size and yield. This is due to interaction of a liquid bio fertilizer microbes with the soil microbes and protozoa, soil particles and the roots of the plant itself.
Used as an inoculant for potting soil will suppress airborne pathogenic fungi that can readily infect sterile potting medium. The organisms in a liquid bio fertilizer also produce hormones, vitamins, nutrients, enzymes, amino acids and minerals needed by seedling cuttings and young plants. Inoculation should be done two weeks prior to planting.
Plants grown in soil treated with a liquid bio fertilizer are healthier due to the symbiotic relationship between the plant and the microbes in the root zone. Plants feed the microbes and the microbes produce or make available all of the food and medicine the plant needs to thrive.
Plants grown in soil treated with a liquid bio fertilizer are more nutritious than plants grown in soil treated with chemical fertilizer. The food value of these plants is increased due to the availability of minerals, vitamins, enzymes and amino acids.
Can remediate soil that has been damaged by agricultural chemicals. With repeated application the microbes will adapt to the soil, convert and metabolize organic and inorganic chemicals. They will also sequester heavy metals not required by plants.
Can treat lawns affected with thatch, which is a condition caused by sterility in the underlying soil. Chemicals usually cause sterility. a liquid bio fertilizer will repopulate the soil with microbes, enrich the roots and break down the thatch turning it into food for the grass.
pplied to the soil improves water retention. Many of the microbes manufacture protective mucus that acts as glue to agglomerate soil particles. Microbial colonies also make a bio-slime that is mostly water and is retained to protect the colony. The water retentive property of healthy soil can be 3-4 times greater than unhealthy soil.
Applied along with insoluble granulated or powdered minerals such as: granite, limestone and rock phosphate will supply 95% of everything the soil needs. The other 5% is organic material applied as mulch or litter on the surface of the soil or as dead root material under the soil surface. The microbes in a liquid bio fertilizer turn organic matter into humus, storing energy for later use. This is the basic unit of soil fertility. The microbes in a liquid bio fertilizer feed other organisms in the soil food chain. Protozoa and nematodes feed on bacteria and fungi directly while worms ingest bacteria laden soil particles. All life in the soil depends on microbes, directly or indirectly.
Applied, as a foliar spray will act as a fertilizer. Plants will produce more foliage and larger stems. This is a good treatment for plants that are stressed or lacking enough sun. a liquid bio fertilizer applied to a compost pile will accelerate the breakdown of plant material reducing the amount of time to make compost. It can also be used to re-inoculate the pile after it has gone through its hot phase, which inactivates or kills many of the beneficial microbes. Re-inoculation increases the population of beneficial microbes, which continue to breakdown organic matter and form humus.
Improves the plant structure and increases the ability of the soil to absorb nutritious foundations. Most products are applied directly to the soil or to the bedding platform through the irrigation system while other products are used by dusting foliage.
A concentrated Homic Acid for fertilizing the soil with organic matter which improves soil formation, increases the availability of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium and microelements, increases yield and improves the ability of plants to withstand unfavorable conditions.
Serves as an excellent substitute for organic manure, and it has the advantage of application through the irrigation system throughout the growing season. biofertilizer is intended for use in field crops, vegetables and flowers.
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