Pseudomonas bacteria add nutrients to the soil by nitrogen fixation and by solubilizing both phosphorus and sulphur. Nitrogen fixation can be achieved by a variety of microorganism including, Azotobacter, and Rhizobium.
Pseudomonas, Azospirillum is associative nitrogen fixing proteobacteria that fixes atmospheric nitrogen in loose association with plant roots, for all plant species. it converts atmospheric nitrogen through the process of biological nitrogen fixation into ammonium which can be easily absorbed by the plant roots and provides 30-50% of plant nitrogen requirements.
In addition to this, it produces plant growth promoting substances, like vitamins and phytohormones which influence plant growth especially root development to a large extent. Suitable for all crops – cereals, vegetables, plantation crops, ornamental plants and even legumes.
It is mainly used for direct soil application. also seed treatment and foliar spray. Apply in wet soil as basal dose along with organic manure and refresh it periodically along with organic manure.
Increase Crop yield
Stimulates Plant Growth
Activates Soil Biologically
Restores soil fertility
Controls root rot, damping off
Suitable for all kind of plants
Provides protection against drought and some soil born diseases.
Mix 20 gms in 1 kg of compost.
Mix 10 gms in 1 litre of water and apply to root zone.