|Biological components: Lactic acid bacteria, photosynthetic bacteria, yeast|
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As far as is known the saturation of the soil with a variety of elements and the presence of bacteria in it are dependent phenomena. So, if there are few bacteria, then the growth of plants, even if there is a sufficient amount of various elements, will slow down and the plants will not develop normally. To eliminate the deficiency of bacteria in soils, special top dressing fertilizers called bacterial, are used. Such fertilizers are known as absolutely safe for humans and animals as well as for the environment.
When applied on a plant bacteria start normalizing biochemical processes and thus plant nutrition gains quality and full value.
Revitaplant Foliar application BIO:
- Enhances plant metabolism.
- Synthesizes growth hormones and vitamins
- Helps plants to efficiently uptake macro- and micronutrients from soils.
- Fixes nitrogen from the air and transfers it to plants.
- Ensures plant protection from malignant bacteria, by means of colonization on plant roots and feeding on root excretions
- Boosts plant immunity, provides protection from stressful factors such as drought or excessive moisture content.
- Features a high enzymatic capacity that boosts plant metabolism.
- Improves root fibril development and increases root absorption ability, and thus, nutrients (nitrogen, phosphor and potassium are better uptaken from soils and fertilizers.
PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIA (Rhodopseudomonas palustris, Rhodobacter capsulatus, Rh. Gelatinosa group) synthesize beneficial substances, vitamins, aminoacids, sugars, stimulate plant growth and development and are involved in photosynthesis.
YEAST FUNGI (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) synthesize antibiotic and plant-beneficial substances out of aminoacids and sugars, produce such active biologic substances as hormones and ferments that stimulate the growth point and thus, the root growth.
LACTIC ACID BACTERIA (lactobacillus casei, lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus fermentum group) generating lactic acid, protect plants from potentially pathogenic bacteria and fungi that provoke plant diseases. Lactic acid bacteria help decompose lignins and crude fibers and ferment those.