For pre-sowing inoculation of seeds of legumes
- fixes atmospheric nitrogen (in symbiosis with legumes) and transforms it into the accessible for plants form;
- synthesizes growth-stimulating substances (vitamins, phytohormones, etc);
- transforms soil phosphates that are difficult for plants to assimilate in easily assimilable form;
- improves seed quality and stimulates growth and development of legumes;
- contributes to the intensity of the processes of nodule formation, development of an extensive root system, photosynthesis, phosphorus absorption from soil;
- prevents the development of phytopathogenic microflora - pathogens of plant diseases due to the competitive dominance of nodule bacteria;
- ensures the accumulation of developed healthy herbage, accelerates grain ripening, increases content of protein, fats and vitamins in plants.
Intended use and application:
- pre-sowing seed treatment;
- treatment of seeds during sowing in the planter.
Pre-sowing treatment of seeds is carried out on the day of sowing by mechanized or manual treatment of the crop seeds by mixing evenly the biopreparation with the seeds of legumes. Any standard equipment is used for seed treatment.
Treatment of seeds during sowing is carried out in the planter.
Recommended application rates of the biopreparation
Soy, peas, chickpeas, beans, lentils
Seed treatment is carried out in the shade, avoiding direct sunlight.
- viable cells of nodule bacteria Bradyrhizobium japonicum, Rhizobium leguminosarum bv. viceae, Rhizobium leguminosarum bv phaseoli, Mezorhizobium ciceri, Sinorhizobium sp., which have a unique symbiotic relationship to legumes and phosphorus-mobilizing fungi Penicillium bilai, total number of viable cells – 2.5x109 CFU/g;
- active metabolites of microorganisms (vitamins, phytohormones, etc.); components of the nutrient medium (microbial nutrition sources);
- filler – sterile peat.
Store in a sealed package, in a dry dark place.
18 months from the manufacture date at temperature of 4 °C - 10 °C or 12 months from the manufacture date at temperature of 10 °C - 25 °C.
TU U 24.1-30165603-020:2010