Shelf life : 1 Year
Azospee is a biofertilizer based on Azospirillum lipoferum, a free living nitrogen fixing bacterium. It fixes and assimilates atmospheric nitrogen in soil even under waterlogging conditions, secretes phytohormones in the plant root region to facilitate quicker and vigorous growth of roots and shoots. Azospee produces growth promoting substances like IAA, GA, cytokinins and vitamins. It increases adventitious roots in sugarcane, potato and rice and thereby mobilizes nutrients needed to the crop.
This technology is used for liquid biofertilizers.
Product is approved by IMO.
Product may be used in organic crop production in accordance to the NPOP, India and to the Regulation (EC) 834/2007 & Regulation (EC) 889/2008
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Higher level of nitrogen fixation and production of growth promoting substances in varying irrigation and waterlogged fields, yet environment friendly.
Reduces dependence on nitrogen fertilizers.
Promotes plant growth.
Reduces the cost of cultivation.
Improves quality of the produces.
Increases crop yield.
Method of Application and Dosage
Seed Treatment :
Take 30 ml Azospee with 20 ml of water per kg seed and treat the seeds. Air dry treated seeds and sow in the field.
Soil drenching :
Take 30 ml Azospee in 15 lit water and drench around rhizosphere zone of plants
Application in Nurseries:
500 ml of Azospee is mixed with 10 kg dried FYM and broadcasted in the nursery area required for an acre of main field.
Seedling Root Dip :
500 ml of Azospee in 40 litres of water and dip the seedling roots for 10 to 20 minutes before transplantation.
Soil Application :
1 lit of Azospee with 100 kg dried FYM and broadcast to 1 acre.
Apply 1 lit of Azospee along with 200-400 lit of water per acre.
Azospee contains living organisms and is sensitive to chemical bactericides and botanical pesticides. It is synergistic and gives complementary results, if applied with organic fertilizers, manures, composts and other biofertilizers including mycorrhiza.
Ornamental and Plantation Crops