Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria
CFU – 1 X 108 per ml
HS Code – 31010099
Documents – MSDS / LABEL / FCO / COA / Trial report
Mode of action
The Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) colonizing the root surface and closely adhering soil interface, the Rhizospheree. Some of the PGPR can also enter root interior and establish endophytic population. Many of them are able to transfer the endodermis barrier, crossing from the root cortex to vascular system, and subsequently thrive in stem, leaves and tuber and other parts. Consequently intimate association between bacteria and host plant can be formed. Offensive PGPR colonization and defensive retension rhizospheree niche are enabled by production of bacterial allelochemicals, including iron–chelating siderophores, antibiotics, biosidal volatize, lytic enzymes, detoxification enzymes.
The PGPR have provided a greater understanding of multiple facets of disease suppression, unique association of non symbiotic endophytic bacteria and apparently a more pronounced growth enhancing effect on host plant
Grapes, Banana, Pomegranate, Guava, Mango, Citrus, Chilly, Tomato, Brinjal, Okra, Tea, Coffee, Plantation crop, Medicinal and Aromatic crops, Cotton, Maize, Paddy, Wheat.
Advantages of PGPR:
- PGPR to control wide range of phytopathogenic fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes etc… Bio control mechanism which may be due to antibiotics, siderophores and enzymes or by systematic resistance against phytopathogen throughout the entire plant system.
- Effective against root rot and stem rot caused by Scelerotinia, Rhizoctonia, Phythium, Phytopthora, Alternaria, Cercospora, Macrophomina diseases etc..
- Improving plant stress tolerance to drought, salinity and alkalinitycondition.
- Production of phytohormones like IAA, GA and Gibberlins
- It improve height and color for more production
Method of application and dosage:
- Soil application – Mix 500 – 1000 ml of Premium Suraksha for one acre in 50 kg of well decomposed Fym/compost/Vermi compost/field soil at the time of final field preparation and also broadcast in the standing crop after sowing or transplanting.