Liquid Biofertilizers

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  • Anshul Phalmax (Liquid Fertilizer) Anshul Phalmax (Liquid Fertilizer)

    Anshul Anshul Phalmax (Liquid Fertilizer)

    Anshul Phalmax is a Bio-activator containing Seaweed Extract, Amino Acid Mixture, Vermi Wash Liquid, Humic Acid, and Fulvic Acid along with traces of Micronutrients. Mode of Application: Foliar spray • It helps plants to grow healthy by absorbing all plant nutrients from the soil at different growth stages. • Helps in better fruit setting, development and maturity of fruits. • It induces disease resistance in plants.• It improves yield both by quality and quantity. Dosage: Foliar Spray: Dissolve 2 to 3 ml of Anshul Phalmax in one liter of water and spray liberally on both surfaces of leaves. Use Anshul Stickmax 1 ml per liter of the spray mixture to increase the spray efficacy.

    Rs. 152.00 - Rs. 522.00

The microorganisms in liquid biofertilizers are typically bacteria, fungi, or algae that can fix nitrogen, solubilize phosphorus, or produce plant growth hormones. 

Liquid biofertilizers are applied to plants in a liquid form, which makes them easy to use and can be applied to the soil, leaves, or roots of plants. They are also more efficient than traditional fertilizers, as the microorganisms in liquid biofertilizers can be directly absorbed by the plants. 

Liquid consortia are a type of liquid biofertilizer that contains a mixture of different beneficial microorganisms. This can be beneficial for plants, as the different microorganisms can work together to provide a wider range of benefits. 

The benefits of using liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia include: 

  • Improved plant growth and yield 
  • Increased nutrient uptake by plants 
  • Enhanced plant resistance to diseases and pests 
  • Improved soil health 
  • Reduced reliance on chemical fertilizers 

Liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia are a sustainable and environmentally friendly way to improve plant growth and health. They are a good choice for farmers and gardeners who are looking to reduce their reliance on chemical fertilizers. 

Here are some of the microorganisms that are commonly found in liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia: 

  • Rhizobium: This bacteria fixes nitrogen in the roots of legumes, such as beans, peas, and lentils. 
  • Azospirillum: This bacteria fixes nitrogen in the rhizosphere, the area around the roots of plants. 
  • Phosphobacteria: This bacteria solubilizes phosphorus, making it more available to plants. 
  • Azotobacter: This bacteria fixes nitrogen in the soil. 
  • Bacillus subtilis: This bacteria produces plant growth hormones and helps to protect plants from diseases. 
  • Pseudomonas fluorescens: This bacteria produces antibiotics and helps to protect plants from diseases. 

Liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia can be applied to plants in a variety of ways, including: 

  • Foliar spray: This is the most common method of application. The liquid biofertilizer is sprayed onto the leaves of the plants. 
  • Soil drench: The liquid biofertilizer is mixed with water and applied to the soil around the plants. 
  • Seed treatment: The liquid biofertilizer is mixed with water and the seeds are soaked in the solution before planting. 

The frequency of application will vary depending on the type of liquid biofertilizer and the crop being grown. However, most liquid biofertilizers should be applied at least once a month during the growing season. 

Liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia are a safe and effective way to improve plant growth and health. They are a good choice for farmers and gardeners who are looking to reduce their reliance on chemical fertilizers. 

The dosage for liquid biofertilizers and liquid consortia will vary depending on the type of product, the crop being grown, and the stage of growth. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. 

Here are some general guidelines for dosages: 

  • For foliar spray, the recommended dosage is typically 1-2 tablespoons per gallon of water. 
  • For soil drench, the recommended dosage is typically 1-2 quarts per 100 square feet of soil. 
  • For seed treatment, the recommended dosage is typically 1-2 teaspoons per pound of seed. 

It is important to note that these are just general guidelines. The actual dosage may need to be adjusted depending on the specific circumstances. For example, if the plants are stressed or if the soil is nutrient-poor, the dosage may need to be increased. 

It is also important to start with a low dosage and increase it gradually until you see the desired results. Over-fertilizing can damage plants. 

If you are unsure about the dosage for a particular liquid biofertilizer or liquid consortium, it is always best to consult with a gardening expert. 

Conclusion  

Both liquid fertilizers are a safe and effective way to improve plant growth and health. They are a good choice for farmers and gardeners who are looking to reduce their reliance on chemical fertilizers. 

When using both liquid fertilizers, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully. The dosage will vary depending on the type of product, the crop being grown, and the stage of growth. It is also important to start with a low dosage and increase it gradually until you see the desired results. Over-fertilizing can damage plants. 

By following these tips, you can safely and effectively use both liquid fertilizers to improve the growth and health of your plants. 

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when using both liquid fertilizers : 

  • both liquid fertilizers are not a substitute for good soil health. It is important to maintain healthy soil by adding organic matter and rotating crops. 
  • Biofertilizers and liquid consortia may not be effective in all cases. If the soil is severely depleted of nutrients, chemical fertilizers may be necessary. 
  • Both liquid fertilizers can be used in conjunction with other organic fertilizers, such as compost and manure. 

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