Organic agriculture stimulates species evenness for biological pest control, study finds
Microm Product - Indogulf Biotechnology Company
MICROM stands for Effective Microorganisms and is a mixture of microorganisms.
MICROM contains a mixture of Photosynthetic Bacteria (Rhodopseudomonas Palustris), Lactic Acid Bacteria (Lactobacillus Casei, Lactobacillus Plantarum) and (Saccharomyces Cerevisiae).
MICROM influences the microbial environment in a way that the constructive microorganisms become dominant. This creates an environment, in which the microorganisms play a positive role in plant growth, plant quality and soil fertility by using fermentation. Fermentative decomposition is stimulated and decomposition disappears, so that less energy is lost.
Soil in which constructive microorganisms dominate can produce optimal productivity levels, suppress illness and produce high quality products.
Success in farming primarily depends on soil fertility.
MICROM promotes regenerative microorganisms in the soil. They help to convert organic materials into nutrients that are available for plants and create an environment in which the pathogenic bacteria and pests are removed from their habitat.
MICROM help to significantly increase soil fertility and increase plants’ growth and resistance. This treatment provides possibilities for organic substances that were gathered during the harvest to benefit plants in the soil again. This causes a reduction in operational costs, while at the same time increasing quality and yield.
Real farmers grow soil, Not Crops
All organisms are equally divided Each ml contains -1 x 108 CFU
Dosage and method of Application
Dosage with water : Mix 100 grams of Microm Powder in 1 Liter of water and utilize for 1 acre.
Dosage with MICRO-MANNA : Mix 100 grams of Microm Powder in 1 Liter of MICRO-MANNA liquid and utilize for 1 acre.
Application Frequency : Treat soil before sowing at planting stage. Spray foliar and soil at flowering stage.
Shelf Life & Packaging
Shelf life : Best before 24 months, Stored in room temperature.
Packaging : 1 Kg. Pouch.
As organic agriculture builds soil fertilizers, this fertile new soil is increasingly populated by a diversity of microorganisms that create a resilient balance, thus making organic agriculture a much more solid contributor to food security than inorganic agriculture. [Read more]