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Rhizobium Leguminosarum - Manufacturer & Exporter Company in USA

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RHIZOBIUM LEGUMINOSARUM

Rhizobium Leguminosarum is a natural inoculant that is found in the soil  that were attached to the roots of the leguminous plant and fix the atmospheric nitrogen and convert it into ammonia that can be used by the plant for its growth and development. This product is highly recommended for those soils with nitrogen deficiency.

Potency : Rhizobium Leguminosarum 5 x 10^7CFU per g

Benefits : Helps promote plant growth, not hazardous to human health or the environment, increases nitrogen availability & uptake, improve soil health, 

Dosage & Methods of Application

Seed Coating/Seed Treatment : 1 kg of seeds will be coated with a slurry mixture of 10 g. of Rhizobium Leguminosarum and 10 g. of crude sugar in sufficient water. The coated seeds will then be dried in shade and sow or broadcast in the field. 

Seedling Treatment : Dipped the seedlings into the mixture of 100grams Rhizobium Leguminosarum and sufficient amount of water.

Soil Treatment : Mix 3- 5kg per acre of Rhizobium Leguminosarum with organic manure/organic fertilizers. Incorporate the mixture and spread into the field on the time of planting/sowing.

Irrigation : Mix 3kg per acre of  Rhizobium Leguminosarum in a sufficient amount of water and run into the drip lines.

Recommended Crops : Cereals , Millets , Pulses, Oilseeds, Fibre Crops, Sugar Crops , Forage Crops , Plantation crops ,Vegetables, Fruits, Spices , Flowers , Medicinal crops , Aromatic Crops , Orchards and Ornamentals.

Compatibility : Compatible with Bio Pesticides, Bio Fertilizers and Plant growth hormones but not with chemical fertilizers and chemical pesticides

Shelf Life : Stable within 1 year from the date of manufacturing

Packing : We offer a tailor made packaging as per customers requirements.

The first and most important thing to understand about all of this is that legumes themselves do not actually fixate nitrogen into the soil. What they do is offer a certain group of bacteria a space to live within their roots, thus creating a symbiotic relationship with them. [Read more]