Azospirillum Bio Fertilizer


Azospirillum Bio Fertilizer

Specifications

Form Liquid
Pack Type Bottle
Product Type Natural Liquid Bio Fertilizer
Brand ORGA-AZOS
Packaging Size 1 liter, 5 liter, 10 liter, 20 liter
Manufactured By Annadata Organic

Additional Information

Min. Order Quantity 100 Litre

Mode of action
Orga-azos (azospirillum bacteria/ is known for fixing the considerable quantity of atmospheric nitrogen n in the range of 20-40% n/ha in the rhizosphere and makes it available to plants in a symbiotic manner.

Recommended crops
Banana, watermelon, papaya grapes, pomegranate, all vegetable flowers, rice, v., um, castor, potato groundnut, ginger, sugarcane, bajara, mustard, turmeric, cotton. soybean.

Advantages
Help to increase crop yield. enhances seed germination. 17 encourages plumpness of fruits. a helps to promote root proliferation

Caution

  • Shake well before use
  • Keep in cool dry place
  • Away from heat direct sunlight
  • For use in agriculture only
  • Do not mix the biofertilizers with any type of chemical-based fertilizers.
  • Use under the direction of an agronomist fi being an environment-friendly biological fertilizer it is a good alternative for chemical fertilizers


Application Doses

  • Seed Treatment: Use 10ml of orga-azos per 100 ml of water for 1 kg of seeds. after being uniformly wet shake them gently to form a uniform layer of culture coating then dry the seeds in shade for 20-25 minutes.
  • Root Dipping: Mix 50-100 ml liquid biofertilizer in 5-10 liters of water. later dip the roots of seedlings up to half an hour before transplantation.
  • Soil Application: Add 1 liter of liquid biofertilizer in 100 liters of water and apply at half an acre of land through drip irrigation or drench the soil at prof'. moisture of land.
  • Disclaimer: Since the use of the product is beyond our control we cannot take any responsibility other than uniformity in product quality.

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