Dora synergia has the characteristics of strong water absorption characteristics and excellent biodegradability.
Microbial fertilizer refers to a type of biological agent that contains living microorganisms and can obtain a specific fertilizer effect in use to increase plant yield or improve quality.
Microorganisms in soil play an extremely important and irreplaceable role in the material transformation of agricultural ecosystems.
Organic and inorganic pollutants have caused considerable damage to the environment,soil microorganisms can degrade or convert organic and inorganic pollutants to a certain extent, and contribute to the ecological health of the soil and the sustainable development of agriculture.
The main advantage of using organic fertilizer is that it improves the overall structure of the soil itself (Soil amendments), which leads to healthier plants that grow larger and live longer.
Microbial fertilizers are more expensive than organic fertilizers because of the addition of biologically active bacteria! Therefore, the role of strains is the most important for microbial fertilizers. At present, the main microbial strains on the market are mainly Bacillus subtilis, so understanding the role of Bacillus subtilis is very important.
Paecilomyces lilacinus is a inhabiting bacteria in many roots in soil (Soil inhabiting bacteria refers to parasites that survive winters in the soil or on the residue of diseased plants, have strong saprogeny, and can survive long time in soil)