RhizoN is rhizobium inoculant for legume crops seed treatment (e.g., beans, peas, lentils, peanuts, cowpea), with biological nitrogen fixing organisms Bradyrhizobium Sinorhizobium, form a symbiotic relationship with the roots of the plant, establishing nodules in which they multiply and fix atmospheric nitrogen. These legume nodules act as factories for the production of ammonia, which is used by the plant for growth. Where to buy rhizobium inoculant, Novobac is reliable manufacturer supplies both granular and liquid inoculant for soybeans.
RhizoN nodulator inoculant for soybeans is a soil inhabiting bacteria capable of fixing atmospheric nitrogen compounds in symbiotic association with legumes. They host plants in all these cases have healthy appearance. It can trap level of 20-40 kg nitrogen per hectare and thereby helps to reduce the amount of synthetic fertilizer usage; increasing the productivity of pulses and fixing nitrogen into the soil for subsequent crops.
To establish this relationship, the rhizobium bacteria must first colonize the roots of the legume plant. This typically involves attaching to the surface of the roots and producing chemicals that stimulate the plant to form nodules. Once inside the legume root nodules, the bacteria multiply and fix nitrogen, which is then provided to the plant in a form that it can use for growth.
– Horticulture apply 1 L/ ha, Apply every 4 weeks or as required
– Broadacre (liquid inject at planting) apply 0.5 L/ ha at planting
– Horticulture apply 5 mL/ kg of seed, just prior to planting
– For large-scale application, treat seed with 2 liters / tonne of seed just before planting
– Soak seedlings in a solution of 1 ml per L, just before planting
Soybean, Groundnut, Red-gram, Green-gram, Black-gram, Lentil, Cow pea, Bengal-gram, Vetches, Faba Bean
Both granular and liquid type are available
Bradyrhizobium Sinorhizobium > 2 x 10^8 cfu/ml
500 ml / 1000 ml / 2000 ml per bottle
Keep stored in a cool and dark place, with a temperature range between 4°-25°C (40°-77°F). Avoid storing it in direct sunlight and keep it at floor level for better temperature control. It is also important to use the inoculant within 24 hours of opening it and to make sure it has been stored properly before use. Do not use an inoculant that is past its expiration date or that has not been stored properly.