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PGPB – Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria

PGPB Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria, or PGPB, are a major factor in determining plant health, plant productivity and overall soil fertility. What are PGPB? Plant growth promoting bacteria, present in the rhizosphere, are beneficial soil bacteria that enhance plant growth and reduce the abiotic stresses through a variety of mechanisms. Since these beneficial bacteria are…

Beneficial Bacteria for Plants – Growing Corn

Beneficial Bacteria for Plants Growing Corn by Using Biofertilizers The use of beneficial bacteria for plants has increased in recent years, along with the increased use of biofertilizers in general. This article shows the use of beneficial bacteria in growing corn. Biofertilizers Here’s  the definition of biofertilizer from Wikipedia. A Bio fertilizer (also bio-fertilizer) is…

Biofertilizer and Rice: Probiotics

Biofertilizer and Rice: Probiotics Field Trials Biofertilizer and Rice Biofertilizer and Rice field trial information. The soil probiotic used in the field trial is Biota Max™. Soil probiotics are sometimes called bio fertilizers or biological soil amendments. Rice is the leading crop in a number of countries including Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand and Indonesia.…

The Agricultural Microbials Market is Exploding

The Agricultural Microbials Market is Exploding To many people, the agricultural microbials market is a new, untested market. This is simply untrue. In fact, the agricultural microbials market is exploding. Companies that are in the agricultural market would be wise to enter this growth market. According to a published report¹, the agricultural microbials market is…

Benefits of Biofertilizers – Advantages of Biofertilizers

  Benefits of Biofertilizers There are many benefits of biofertilizers. Biofertilizers contain living microorganisms. In this post we’ll talk about these benefits and advantages of biofertilizers; helping make plant nutrients more available to the plants, the production of plant hormones, biofertilizers are cost effective when compared to traditional fertilizers Reduce the need for traditional fertilizers Reduce…

 Probiotic Liquids of Custom Biologicals

 Probiotic Liquids of Custom Biologicals Custom Biologicals manufactures probiotic liquids for farming, gardening and agriculture. The probiotics  contain beneficial soil bacteria, beneficial soil fungi. Soil probiotics, sometimes called, Biofertilizers, are our speciality. Probiotic Liquids Probiotic liquids help plants grow healthier root systems by improving the condition of the soil. Soil microbes are known to produce number…

Beneficial Soil Microbes – Plant Benefits

 Beneficial Soil Microbes Beneficial soil microbes cause a number of specific plant benefits. These benefits include; larger, healthier roots, nutrient processing, and secretion of plant growth regulating substances. This post will discuss each of these plant benefits in greater detail. Beneficial Soil Microbes Grow Larger, Healthier Roots There are a number of bacteria that help…

Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria

Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria   Great review article about plant growth promoting bacteria. The link, citation, and author are below. The author believes, as I do, that in the not to distant future, plant growth promoting bacteria, PGPB, will begin to replace chemicals used in agriculture, horticulture, environmental cleanup strategies, and even in home gardening.…

Fungi Reduce Need for Fertilizer in Agriculture

Beneficial Fungi in Agriculture This is a great article about using beneficial fungi to reduce fertilizer usage in agriculture. Although from 2011, the idea to reduce the use of traditional fertilizers is still in its infancy. The use of beneficial Fungi in agriculture is becoming more and more popular. Although this article mainly covers mycorrhizal fungi,…

Biota Green – Probiotic for Golf Greens

Biota Green™ Probiotic for Golf Greens   Biota Green™ is an all-natural probiotic for golf greens. It has been specifically formulated for golf course greens.  Biota Green™ contains the beneficial bacteria and beneficial fungi found in healthy golf greens. Your golf greens lose their natural soil biota to chemicals, heat, cold, drought, and rain. The…