(Micronutrient mobilizing liquid biofertilizer)


Product Description

BioMicro, a biological mix, is capable of mobilizing Iron, Zinc and Sulphur and
making them available to the plant.
This combination of selected and compatible bacteria acts to give essential
micro-nutrients to the plant.
Iron mobilizing bacteria efficiently make iron available to the plant.The metabolites
secreted by microorganisms into the soil as strong chemical reagents and the
activities of microbial enzymes are principal factors in this process.
Sulphur Mobilizing bacteria – mobilize insoluble and chemically fixed sulphates and
make them available to the plant Zinc mobilizing bacteria – play an important role in
increasing the availability of Zn in soil, thus enhancing  Zn accumulation.
It fortifies the soil with bacterial metabolites .
BioMicro produces many organic acids like Ferric acid, Nicotinic acid, Tartaric acid,
Mallic acid etc. resulting in an overall increase in the availability of important
micronutrients in the rhizosphere.
We also provide the constituent bacteria strains of BioMicro as individual
biofertiliser products for specific application.
Soil application:
3 litres/ hectare. Applied either through a drip system or mixed with 1 ton of organic
manure, preferably leaving a 7 day gap on either side before applying chemical fertiliser
or pesticide.
Seed treatment:
5ml to 7ml per kg of seed.
Seedling dipping:           
Mix 50ml – 70ml in 15 litres of water & dip the seedling for 10 minutes before transplanting.
Tree treatment:
Dilute and spray @ 600 ml/hectare.
  • Fortify the soil with bacterial metabolites & are cheap and easy to handle.
  • Have the ability to fix, solubilize and mobilise and cause uptake of N, P and K.
  • Impart resistance against insect pests and diseases and against plant pathogens  
    like Alternaria, Helminthosporium and Fusarium.
  • Help to reduce environmental pollution and the high costs, which result from
    chemical fertiliser usage and its residues.


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