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Bacillus Subtilis Powder, 150 billion CFU/gram, Water Soluble Biological Fertilizer

Bacillus Subtilis Powder, 150 billion CFU/gram, Water Soluble Biological Fertilizer

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0.3 Gram for 1 gallon of water 

1.5 x 10*11 CFU/g (150 billion colony forming units)

 

Bacillus Subtilis a biological fungicide based on a selected strain of naturally-occurring

antagonistic bacteria bacillus subtilis contains endospores of bacillus subtilis. As a microbial fungicide, it widely used against the major diseases like Downy mildew, powdery mildew and alternaria in agriculture. It is approved for use in Organic agriculture.

Bacillus subtilis consists of bacillus subtilis antibiotics polysaccharides and protein that exhibits strong fungicide activity against pathogenic fungi. Technically, the mechanism of controlling pathogenic fungi is by nutrient competition and forming protective bacterial layer in a high density. It is harmless to environment and can also enhance anti-reversibility of plants, promote plant growth, increase yield of plants and improve the quality of plants.

 

Bacillus subtilis is a common Soil mobile microbe. Used as a foliar spray bacillus subtillus acts as a broad spectrum antimicrobial helping to outcompete and eliminate harmful microorganisms.

 

 

Plant roots are surrounded by a thin film of soil called the rhizosphere which represents the primary location of nutrient uptake, and is also where important physiological, chemical, and biological activities are occurring. Bacteria are the most abundant microbes present in the rhizosphere. Bacillus species are capable of forming long-lived, stress tolerant spores and secreting metabolites that stimulate plant growth and prevent pathogen infection . Thus, the application of microbes to the rhizosphere represents an approach to improving abiotic stress tolerance, especially the environmental stresses brought about by climate change. Bacillus subtilis also plays a significant role in improving tolerance to biotic stresses. This induction of disease resistance involves the expression of specific genes and hormones, such as 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate deaminase (ACC). Ethylene limits root and shoot growth and helps to maintain plant homeostasis. The degradation of the ethylene precursor (ACC) by bacterial ACC helps to relieve plant stress and maintain normal growth under stressful conditions . Some of the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) produced by Bacillus subtilis strain (GB03) also help plants to resist pathogen attack) ). Bacillus spp. also secrete exopolysaccharides and siderophores that inhibit the movement of toxic ions and help to maintain the ionic balance, promote the movement of water in plant tissues, and inhibit the growth of pathogenic microbes ). The present review mainly discusses the interaction of B. subtilis with host plants in the rhizosphere through root colonization, their biocontrol potential and mechanism of biocontrol, and the utilization of B. subtilis to maintain and/or increase crop productivity in the field under conditions of biotic and abiotic stress.

 

Seed germination and plant growth are significantly influenced by the nutrients available in the soil. Plants absorb phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) from the soil through root transporters, but the bioavailable forms of P and N are limited in rhizospheres . The beneficial effect of Bacillus spp. to crop improvement is given in Table 1Bacillus spp. convert the complex form of essential nutrients, such as P and N, to a simple available form that is used during uptake by plant roots ). Phosphate is involved in nucleic acid, phospholipid, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) metabolism, among other metabolic pathways, in plant cells . The secretion of phosphatases and organic acids from Bacillus spp. acidifies the surrounding environment to facilitate the conversion of inorganic phosphate into free phosphate.


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Appearance: Grey powder
Microbial Count: 100 billion CFU/gram

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