Bio Fertilizer

AGRELLA CROPSCIENCES PRIVATE LTD Biological manufactures best of bio fertilizer products and chemical fertilizers , bacteria’s and Bio fertilizers for paddy, bio fertilizers for tomatoes and many more, which helps seeds, plant surfaces, or soil, colonize the rhizosphere or the interior of the plant to promote growth by increasing the supply or availability of primary nutrients to the host plant.
Bio organic Applications – Bio Organic Fertilizers results showed that with increasing years of continuous cropping, biomass, soil and plant analyzer development (SPAD) readings, root activity, superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity, and malondialdehyde (MDA) content gradually decreased. After bio-organic application, biomass, SPAD readings and root activity, SOD activity, and MDA content gradually increased compared to controls. Similarly, catalase (CAT) and guaiacum peroxides (POD) activity decreased with increasing years of continuous cropping, and increased substantially in Bio Organic Fertilizer treated soil compared to the control soil.
Bio Fertilizers Advantages –
• The biofertilizers has special contribution to agriculture due to the following advantages:
• Biofertilizers act as supplements to chemical fertilizers.
• Biofertilizers are cost-friendly and can aid to decrease consumption of such fertilizers.
• Microbes in biofertilizers provide atmospheric nitrogen directly to plants.
• They aid in solubilization and mineralization of other plant nutrients like phosphates.
• Better synthesis and availability of hormones, vitamins, auxins and other growth-promoting substances improves plant growth.
• On an average crop yield elevates by 10–20 percent by their use.
• They help in the multiplication and survival of beneficial micro-organisms in the root region (rhizospheric bacteria).
• They control and inhibit pathogenic soil bacteria.
• They enhance soil texture by increasing amount of humus and maintain soil fertility.
• Eco-friendly in nature and pollution free.

Types of Bio Fertilizers-
• Biofertilizers are broadly classified into two main groups:
• Biological nitrogen fixing biofertilizers
• Phosphate solubilizing (mobilizing) biofertilizers
• Biological nitrogen fixing bio fertilizers consist of micro-organisms which have the ability to fix biological molecular nitrogen (N2) either symbiotically or symbiotically in the plants.
• Phosphate solubilizing biofertilizers are capable of solubilizing or mobilizing the fixed insoluble phosphates of the soil.