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Bio-FertilizersWe are a pioneer and innovator in India in the development and production of unique biological inputs for enhancing sustainable productivity of agricultural, plantation, horticultural crops and for human welfare. We are the leader for the utilization of natural resources in the deviser of biological inputs for agriculture.

We are expanding our research base by updating our research laboratories and field stations to provide the most modern facilities for chemical and biological research in terms of space, equipment and manpower. In all, we are braced for a period of rapid growth with major investments in research with a commitment to environment, ecology and human health.

In today's world one of the major concern is pollution and contamination of soil. The use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides has caused tremendous harm to the environment. To lower this harm bio fertilizers are used which are environmentally safe and eco-friendly. Biofertilizers are the organisms that enrich the nutrient quality of soil. The main sources of biofertilizers are bacteria, fungi and cynobacteria (blue-green algae). They are cheap and help to reduce chemical fertilizer consumption. Provide immense help to the farming community, bio fertilizers form a part of integrated nutrients.

We manufacture microorganism based bio fertilizers. Some of them are :
  • Azobacter: It is a genus of free-living bacteria that converts atmospheric nitrogen into ammonium, making it available for plant use. Azobacter is inhibited by a large range of toxic mineral and organic compounds but may tolerate relatively high salinity.

  • Rhizobium: It is a soil bacteria that fixes nitrogen after becoming established inside root nodules of legumes. Rhizobium is usually a gram negative, motile, non-sporulating rod which require a plant host.

  • Azospirillum: It is a gram negative motile bacteria belonging to Rhodospirillales associated with roots of monocots, wheat, corn and rice. Azospirillum is the primary commercial phytostimulator inoculant used for cereals worldwide.

  • Phosphobacteria (Bacillus megaterium): It is a rod-shaped, one of the largest gram-positive species of bacteria used as a soil inoculant in agriculture and horticulture , arranged into the streptobacillus form.

  • Potassium solubilising bacteria (Bacillus mucilaginosus): It is a kind of bacteria belonging to Bacillus species which is found to be containing silicate minerals more efficiently under vitro conditions.