RHIZOBIUM series designed for treatment of seeds of bean family plant
The RHIZOBIUM series of preparations – made for bean family plant, such as:
- clover (Rhizobium Trifolium),
- seradelia (Rhizobium Ornitophus),
- lucerne (Rhizobium Medicago),
- lupins (Rhizobium Lupinus),
- vow (Rhizobium Vicia),
- peas (Rhizobium Pisum),
- soybean (Rhizobium Glycin),
- bobcat (Rizobium Vicia),
- bean (Rhizobium Phaseolus), etc.
Rhizobium contains a pure lyophilized strain of bacteria that is characteristic for a given species of bean plants. Concentration of bacteria in the product is minimum 109, which is the highest concentration of bacteria in the market for bean plants.
Bacteria are produced in a way that guarantees their longevity and concentration, so that the product remains stable and allows for the desired effect to be reproducible. Commercially available inoculants contain significantly lower concentrations of microorganisms and are not stabilized in a way that guarantees the effect of the bio-preparation.
Method of use
0,1 kg RHIZOBIUM/amount of seeds per 1 ha of cultivated area.
Seed treatment in mixers:
Calculated amount of seeds per 1 ha gently moisten with water and place in the mixer. Add the calculated and weighed amount of the product – 0.1 kg to the mixer and mix until a homogeneous coating is achieved on the material.
Dilute the preparation 0.1 kg / 0.5 l of water and apply to seed for 1 ha of crop in the form of fine spray. Use up the seeds within 1-3 days of the mortar.
Laboratory and field studies
Regular use of Rhizobium in seed treatment improves not only the yielding of plants, but also enriches the soil with nitrogen and other metabolism products of bacterium, thereby increasing the fertility of the soil.
- Impurity utilizers
- Probiotics for animals
- Products for soil and plant
- Recultivation of water bodies
- Silage production products