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Rhizobium Japonicum

Rhizobium Japonicum
Rhizobium Japonicum

Rhizobium Japonicum

Rhizob is Rhizobiom Japonicum is a bacterium in the soil environment that can colonize the roots of the legumes and symbiotically restore the atmospheric nitrogen. This belongs to the bacterial group and symbiotic nitrogen fixation is the classical example.

COUNTRIES
18

COUNTRIES

SHIPMENTS
1230

SHIPMENTS

PROJECTS
500

PROJECTS

LIVE PLANTS
2911

LIVE PLANTS

The bacteria infect the legume root and form root nodules in which molecular nitrogen is reduced to ammonia, a reality that the plant uses to produce valuable proteins, vitamins and other compounds containing nitrogen. The symbiosis location is within the nodules of the heart.

Mode of Action:

Due to the strong triple bonds between the nitrogen atoms, nitrogen cannot be absorbed by the plants making it inert and therefore not assumable by plants.

Signal exchanges:

The symbiotic relationship involves an exchange of signals between the rhizome and the legume, leading to symbiotic structure growth.

Advantages:

1. The successful strain used in the cultivation of Rhizome Japonicum improves healthy nodulation thus the fixation of nitrogen (about 40 to 50 kg per hectare).

2. With the use of this Rhizome Japonicum culture, approximately 10 to 15 percent increase in crop yield can be achieved.

3. Pulse residues (legume plants) left in the soil after harvesting the plant is also useful for the subsequent crops to be sown.

Signal exchanges:

The symbiotic relationship involves an exchange of signals between the rhizome and the legume, leading to symbiotic structure growth.

Do not store treated / coated seeds for
more than 24 hours

Bio Active compound synthesis:

The roots of the host legume plant secrete flavouring that is recognized by the Rhizobia. In response, the plant recognized rhizobia secretes nod factors that cause root hair deformation and cellular processes such as ion fluxes.

Method of Application

Seed Treatment:

Mix 10 ml. of Rhizob with 10 g. of crude sugar in enough water and coat 1 kg of seeds, dry in the shade and sow / spread / dibble in the field.

Seedling treatment:

To shape slurry, mix 50 ml of Rhizob with enough water and organic manure. The seedlings are dipped 30 minutes before planting in this slurry in order to bind the bacteria to the roots.

Soil application:

Mix Rhizob 1-2 litre / acre with compost and add to one acre of soil.

Drip Irrigation:

Mix Rhizob 1L/3L in the drip channel.

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