Soil Conditioner Bio Fertilizer Pure Organic Manure
The raw materials of this product is amino acid. After processed by high temperature fermentation, concentration, spraying, etc, the product is finally made to black or brow shiny granular fertilizer. During the production process, we add some necessary trace element which plants need, biological organic selenium and biological bacterial protein which are favorable to human health. These will meet the growth demand of plants.
1. For fruit trees
When applying base fertilizer in spring and autumn, irrigate on the base fertilizer after diluted by 1:500-800, and cover with soil. Dip root after diluted by 1:500-800 while transplanting.
2. For soybean, cotton, corn, wheat etc
Apply in seedling stage. Irrigate root one time after diluted by 1:500-800; foliar spray one time after diluted by 1:800-1000.
3. For rice
Apply after diluted by 1:500-800. Irrigate root one time, 3-4 days before transplanting and dip root while transplanting.
1. Stir/shake it well before use.
2. Both fertilizer and pesticide efficiency could be increased if apply with weak acidic or weak alkaline pesticide.
3. Suggest apply in the morning or evening to get better effect.
4. Re-spray if it rains within 6 hours after spraying.
Biofertilizer - Wikipedia
A biofertilizer (also bio-fertilizer) is a substance which contains living microorganisms which, ... of chemical Pi fertilizer, on the other hand, have already demanded the use of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria or phosphate biofertilizers
Organic fertilizer amended with immobilized bacterial cells for
Bacterial count of 10 6 cfu/g in organic fertilizer at 348 days is possible by ... Pelleting of bio-organic fertilizer is not suitable for immobilized bacterial cells
Application of Bioorganic Fertilizer Significantly Increased
Sep 26, 2016 - Application of Bioorganic Fertilizer Significantly Increased Apple Yields and Shaped Bacterial Community Structure in Orchard Soil
Is there any difference between bio-fertilizer and organic
Bio fertilizer contain only living micro-organisms but organic fertilizer mainly contain ... Bio fertilizers are consists of the helpful micro organisms(bacteria,fungus)
The influence of different concentrations of bio-organic ... - NCBI
Feb 6, 2017 - The microorganism activity increased with the bio-organic fertilizer ... Different inputs of PGPR agents can cause changes in soil bacterial and
Biofertilizers - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Several microorganisms are commonly used as biofertilizers including nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria (Azotobacter, Rhizobium), nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria (Anabaena), phosphate-solubilizing bacteria (Pseudomonas sp.), and AM fungi. ... Biofertilizers are low-cost, renewable sources of plant nutrients