Biofil Soil Stain B 1 l
|HUF 39,580 * (nettó: HUF 31,165)|
Properties of Biofil Soil Skin B:
BIOFIL® Soil Protector is a soil bacteria preparation for the stimulation of microbial life in soils of different chemistry (pH 4.5-9), in all arable and horticultural crops at a dose of 0.2-0.4 l/ha, depending on the soil moisture content and the application equipment, at a rate of 50-400 l/ha of water, sprayed on the soil at the time of soil preparation or at the latest at sowing, and then rotated at a depth of 5 - 10 cm.
BIOFIL Soil Guard can also be used during the growing season at a rate of 0,4 l/ha at a maximum concentration of 0,5 % applied during the intensive growth period, but in this case the product applied to the plant must be washed down to the soil surface by irrigation.
For no till or direct sowing, the product may be applied to the seed furrow at a rate of 10-20 l/ha.
Average live germination:
From a public health point of view, non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-infectious to plants, animals and humans.
BIOFIL® Soil Protector contains Bacillus sp. strains, protects the plant by several complementary actions, mainly against pathogenic fungi infecting from the soil. Thanks to the spore condition, the Soil Leaf Lather does not lose its guaranteed number of live sprouts for 2 years when stored at room temperature without refrigeration. The spores are able to retain their germination capacity for a long time under unfavourable conditions, but when sprayed and turned on the soil, they germinate rapidly under favourable conditions and the bacteria multiply in the soil.
Refrigeration, shelf life guidelines:
0-30 °C for 24 months (room temperature, without refrigeration)
Mechanism of action:
Bacillus bacterial strains primarily inhibit soil-borne plant pathogens (Fusarium, Sclerotinia, Aspergillus, Botrytis, Alternaria, Macrophomina, Rhizoctonia). They also have plant growth-promoting activity (PGP). The strains produce siderophore molecules that bind iron from the root environment in the form of iron siderophore. The root environment thus becomes iron-deficient for many pathogenic fungi, because they cannot take up and utilise the iron siderophores, thus their growth and spread is reduced and inhibited. However, iron siderophores can be taken up by plant roots.
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