The active strain used in the culture of Azotobacter fixes between 6-8 kg. Nitrogen oxide per acre. Some growth-promoting substances released from these crops are useful to increase seed germination, plant growth and eventually yield. Approximately 10 to 15 percent increase in crop yield can be achieved with the use of these crops.
Due to the strong triple bonds between the nitrogen atoms, nitrogen cannot be absorbed by plants making it inert and therefore not assumable by plants.
Enzymes such as ferredoxin, hydrogenase, and nitrogenase are produced by Azotobacter Chroococum. Because of the tight triple bonds between the nitrogen atoms, nitrogen cannot be absorbed by plants, making it inert and therefore not assumable by plants. Bio Active compound synthesis: Azotobacter Chroococcum produces growth-enhancing substances such as indole acetic acid (IAA) and gibberellins that encourage root proliferation and increase rootlet density and root branching, leading to increased mineral and water consumption.
Seed treatment: 10 ml of mixture. Of 10 g Azotob. Raw sugar in enough water to make slurry and coat 1 Kg of seeds, dry in the shade and sow / spread / dibble in the field.
Mix 50 ml of Azotob to form a slurry 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.
Blend 1-2 liters per acre of Azotob with compost and add to one acre of soil.
Blend Azotob 1L/3L in drip flow.
Azotob is suitable for application on Cereals and Millets; it can also be used for Fibre Crops, Sugar Crops Forage Crops, and Plantation Crops, Vegetables, Fruits, Spices, Flowers, and Medicinal crops, Aromatic Crops, Orchards and Ornamentals.
Azotob is compatible with organic pesticides and other organic fertilizers.
Azotob is stable from the date of manufacture for a period of 2 years.