ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF BIOLOGICAL FERTILIZERS -
pathogenic soil organisms.
• Degrades toxic organic chemicals.
• Stimulates microbial activity around
the root system significantly increasing the root mass and improving
• Increases 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
• Aids in solubilizing manganese.
Manganese is thought to play a significant role in both disease
resistance and plant growth.
• Increases crop yields by both
enhanced growth and by protection because enhanced plant growth is
accompanied by reduced stress and improved disease resistance .
• Effectively controls incidents of
• Provides 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 increases yield and
reduce incidents of disease in fruit, vegetables, root crops,
flowers, trees, shrubs, turf, grain ornamental crops and more.
• Provides protection (directly or
indirectly) against Collar Rots, Silver Leaf, European Canker,
Damping Off, Root Infecting Fungus, Die Back, Dead Arm Disease, etc.
• Stimulates seed germination and root
formation and growth.