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FERMACTO is a Bio fertiliser based on a selective strain of Nitrogen and Phosphorus fixing beneficial bacteria with essential nutrients. This product is available in Liquid formulation. Helps in production of superior crops by providing balanced nutrition in available form.


Essential nutrients and Nitrogen / Phosphorus fixing Bacteria

Features & Benefits
  • Reduces Disease causing Organisms and increases beneficial Microbes

  • Increases mineral and water uptake by providing growth promoting hormones such as IAA and GA

Mode of Action

It consists of bioactive humic and fulvic substances of vermicompost origin. It consists of cytokinins, auxins, betaines and gibberellins that are derived from seaweed fermentation. It consists of biologically derived N,P,K and trace elements from vermi compost and seaweed which aid in better root and shoot growth and supplement the plant with essential nutrients at critical stages of crop growth.

Dosage and method of Application

Dosage: Mix 10ml of FERMACTO with 10L of water.

Foliar and Soil Spray : Dilute the Fermacto Liquid Bio-fertiliser with water, shake or stir gently (for better result, leave it for an hour) and then spray over the leaves and soil surface (the best is at the radicle areas of your plants). Volume of fertilized water will vary with size of crop canopy.

Note for first Spray : After mixing up with water, the fertilized water volume must be equivalent to the volume of traditional solid fertiliser. For better effects users are recommended to loosen the soil prior to application & it is encouraged to re-loosen again a couple of months later.

Application : Treat soil once before sowing.

Shelf Life & Packaging

Storage : Store in a cool dry place at Room Temperature.
Shelf life : 24 Months from date of manufacture.
Packaging : 1 Litre bottle.

One of the beautiful aspects of organic agriculture (and regenerative agriculture in particular) is that it’s not magic: it’s a comprehensive, widely different approach to growing food that’s based on the central pillar of organic fertilization. [Read more]

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