In 1922,Bjernick was culturing for nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria when he happened upon colonies that seemed to stick around for only a little while, before being superseded by other organisms.He found those particular gram-negative colonies could be induced to stay around longer when grown on a malate medium.They appeared to him as spirillium under the microscope, but had metabolic attributes more similar to those of azobacter.He therefore named his organism (genus name) Azospirillium. This is liquid based bio-fertilizer containing Azospirillium spp. It fixes atmospheric nitrogen in the range of 20-40 Kg N/ha in the soil. It enhances seed germination, early emergence, improves plumpness and succulence of fruits and promotes root proliferation. It also secretes plants growth promoters which further promotes vegetative growth of plant. Approved by state government.
- Fixes atmospheric nitrogen in soil.
- Efficient nutrient management through root system.
- Promotes root proliferation.
- Early seed germination
- Increases the yield of crop by 30%.
- Best for organic farming.
- Makes plant self sufficient naturally.
Paddy (rice), wheat, maize, sorghum, cotton, chilly, turmeric, ginger, potato, onion, pepper, sapota, amla, citrus, spices and all flowers.
2.5 -5 ml per Liter water.
1 liter per 200 L water per Acre (min. 2-3 times)
Packaging available: 250ml, 500ml, 1 L, 5L, 50L, 200L
Flagella: Electron micrograph of Azospirillum brasilense ATCC 29145 cultured on MPSS agar at 30C for 24 H. X15000.