Introduction of bacteria into the soil
A – seed treatment
This method of bacteria application is the most cost-effective. It can be used in combination with chemical seed treatment products (fungicides). During seed treatment process we recommend use two products – Grow and Protect.
B – field spraying in early growth
If seed treatment is not possible (e.g. for rapeseed), fields can be sprayed with plant protection products, liquid fertilizers or microelements. Bacterial spores will ascend to the plant root system, where they will establish themselves.
Decomposition of plant residues (all crops)
By using Biomas ORGANIC microscopic fungi spores, you can draw a large amount of useful substances from the organic waste left in fields and prevent the development of pathogens in the organic waste, thus allowing formation of humus and increasing soil vitality. We recommend spraying after harvesting before adding plant residues. It may be mixed with other agents, except fungicides.
Decomposition of plant residues by promoting humification processes in the soil
Organic residues are a natural part of soil. Straw accumulates nutrients that need to be returned to the soil. This is how the metabolic cycle takes place. Damaged biodiversity causes soil to lacks microorganisms that decompose the straw efficiently and help turn it into humus.
After harvesting, use Biomas ORGANIC for the decomposition of all types of plant organic waste (such as straw and stubble) in the soil before incorporating crop residues. Using this product helps restore the soil’s natural properties, increases the amount of humus and prevents the development of pathogens remaining on organic residues. Biomas ORGANIC contains three types of spores of microscopic Trichoderma fungi: Trichoderma reesei BVO5, Trichoderma longibrachiatum BVO7 and Trichoderma asperellum BVO6.