More intensive formation of nodules on the roots of the plant;
More efficient fixation of atmospheric nitrogen; up to 50 kg/ha of active ingredient;
Higher seed germination energy;
The potential of plant genetic productivity is developed;
Better quality yield;
Promotes the biological activity of soils;
Improves soil structure and sorption, water and air regimes in the soil;
Can be used on organic farms.
Azofix Rhizo organic fertilizer bacteria, when they are introduced into the soil, begin to absorb nitrogen from the atmosphere. These bacteria are symbiotic and only form a symbiosis with the roots of bean and peas plants, accumulating atmospheric nitrogen by forming nodules on the roots.
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