Benefits and Features
Antagonistic fungi for control of Blight, Root rot, smut and Neck Blast
Mode of Action
- Bacillus cereus is an inducer of systemic resistance, considered as a biochemical signal generated as a consequence of the presence of the rhizobacterium on the root surface is transported throughout the plant and causes.
- The ability of macromolecules that are synthesized by rhizobacteria and released into the environment to function as elicitors.
- Plant root exudates are important for mediating plant-microbe interactions in the rhizosphere, Bacillus cereus has ability to influence the growth and production of host plants which are regulated by the developmental stage of plants and numerous environmental factors
Composition of Active Ingredient
Microbial adjuvant of Bacillus cereus CGAFPBBS-012- 2 x 10^9 CFU/mlor gm- 0.50 %, Media residue / carrier material – 99.00 %, Stabilizers and preservatives – 0.50%. Total- 100%.