N-Bacter

N-Bacter is a biodynamic product, obtained by a rapid fermentation process and contains organic substances in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 889/2008, Annexes I and II.

N-Bacter is a biostimulator formulated based on microorganisms that helps improve soil structure, fixes nitrogen in the atmosphere, releases and generates nitrogen at the roots of plants, and has a general tonic effect on crops.

Azotobacter chroococcum, Azospirillium lipoferum and Bacillus megaterium metabolize a wide variety of organic materials in the soil, resulting in nitrogen fixation on plant roots, fixing atmospheric nitrogen, metabolizing phosphates and playing an antifungal role, counteracting pathogenic microorganisms in the soil. Also, bacillus megaterium decomposes detritus, transforms insoluble phosphates in the soil into forms easily assimilated by plants. Provides phosphorus and organic acids and enzymes, having biostimulatory action on plants.

An innovative product, N-Bacter contains 3 cultures of microorganisms that act synergistically, and ensure a spectacular development of agricultural crops, where applied.

Applied to the soil immediately after sowing, its bacillus megaterium content accelerates the decomposition of P2O5 from phosphate-based products (phosphate rock, DAP, MAP, etc.).

It is recommended to be applied immediately after sowing, on soils where P35 was used as a basic fertilizer (at sowing).

Physical-chemical properties

N-Bacter is liquid, brown in color, with a specific odor.

Product content

  • 1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Azotobacter Chroocoorum
  • 1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Azospirillium Lipoferum
  • 1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Bacillus Megatherium

Recommended dosages

From practical experience and/or available documentation, we recommend the following application doses:

Cereals, weeding, oleaginous:

  • 1 – 2L / ha, in 200 – 400 liters of water, applied foliar
  • 1L / ha in 200-400 liters of water immediately after sowing

1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Azotobacter Chroocoorum

1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Azospirillium Lipoferum

1 x 10^8 cfu/ml Bacillus Megatherium