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Granular complex bacterial drug for plants

Description

Granular complex bacterial drug that improves nitric and phosphoric nutrition of plants, stimulates their growth and development through bacterial synthesis of phytohormones, protects plants from pathogens and herbivores has been created. This drug based on interaction of selected by high active strains of nitrogenfixing bacteria Azotobacter vinelandii and bacteria Bacillus subtilis with nanoparticles of natural mineral. This drug enhances growth and development of cereals (barley and wheat) up to 14-18 %. For optimization of the process bacterization of seed crops and other plants we develop highly effective, environmentally friendly and easy to use sticker which based on nanoparticles bentonite of for bacterization seed grain which patented in Ukraine. In previous years we also developed a comprehensive granular bacterial drug which based on the interaction of these bacteria strains of bentonite nanoparticles, which greatly improves the growth and development of conifers, ornamental, flowering plants and increases yield of technical and vegetables plants up to 1837%.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

The drug is technological, stable at during storage, easy to use, greatly improves plant growth and development and significantly increases their productivity.

Areas of Application

Crop research



Contact Details

Ivan Kurdish
Organization: Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology
Adress: 154 Academician Zabolotny St., Kyiv 03143, Ukraine
(+380 44) 526-9011
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