Our products contain three groups of microorganisms that occur naturally in the soil where they form mutually beneficial relationships with plant roots:
These bacteria fix nitrogen and solubilize phosphorus. In addition, they produce plant growth hormones, which stimulate root growth. For all these benefits, they were named “plant growth promoting rhizobacteria”. Some of the most important organisms can be found among the genera Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Azospirillum and Azotobacter.
Trichoderma produces plant growth hormones that stimulate root growth. In addition, this fungus solubilizes phosphorus and minerals and makes them available to the plant. It thereby strengthens the plant in a natural way and increases its resistance.
Endomycorrhizal fungi associate with the roots of most commercial crops and form long-term relationships with the plants that are beneficial for both partners. They form a mycelium in the soil that supports the uptake of water and nutrients by the plant. The fungi significantly support plant growth, especially under adverse conditions.