Zinc Solubilizing Biofertilizer

Zinc Solubilizing Biofertilizer


Recommended Crops All Crops
Form Liquid
Brand Orgazinc
Packaging Size 1 liter, 5 liter, 10 liter, 20 liter
Product Type Natural Liquid Bio Fertilizer
Packaging Type Plastic Bottle
Manufactured By Annadata Organic

Additional Information

Min. Order Quantity 100 Litre

Mode of action
orga zincsole (zinc solubilizing microorganisms produces organic acids and converts the insoluble ZNS, ZNO, ZNCO3. Into available in +through lowering the soil ph and breaking down the complex.


  • increases crop yield by 20-30%.
  • Produces the number of secondary metabolites including antibiotics. Siderophores thereby suppress plant diseases.
  • This microbe has the unique ability to enter the plant vascular system. Reach the various parts of the plant system and act as a systemic bio.control agent against various fungal and bacterial diseases
  • Being an environment-friendly biological fertilizer good alternative for chemical fertilizer


  • Keep in cool 6 dry places away from heat 6 direct sunlight.
  • Do not mix the bio fertilizers with any type of chemical-based fertilizers.
  • For agricultural use only.
  • Use under the direction of an agriculture consultant.

Application And Doses
Seed treatment
Use 10ml of orga zincsol per 100ml of water for 1kg 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 1/2 acre of land through drip irrigation or drench the soil at the proper moisture of land.

Since the use of the product is beyond our control we can not take any responsibility other than uniformity in product quality.

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