Frateuria aurantia is a species of Proteobacteria. It is named after the Belgian microbiologist Joseph Frateur. The cells are mostly straight rods. Frateuria aurantia was isolated from the plant Lilium auratum and from the fruit of the raspberry Rubus parvifolius. It is a potassium solubilizing bacteria.
The bacterium Frateuria aurantia mobilises the potash molecules in the soil and brings them to the proximity of roots so that the plants can absorb them.
This is also reported to provide protection against the soil borne fungal pathogens.
Shelf Life & Packaging
Shelf life : Best before 24 months, Stored in room temperature.
Packaging : 1 Kg. each & above