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Being an outstanding name in the industry, we are eagerly engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying Pseudomonas Fluorescens. Supported by the team of trained scientists and researchers, offered fluorescens are processed at our up-to-date laboratories. Our offered fluorescens offer an optimum solution to Microbial problems with utmost satisfaction. Offered fluorescens control root and stem from harmful bacteria and protect crops from soil borne diseases and maintain all beneficial organisms. The offered Pseudomonas Fluorescens is available at market-leading prices.
Non-hazardous for living creatures
Protects crops from soil borne diseases.
Protects crops from diseases throughout the crop period.
Do not leave harmful residues.
It is target specific and do not destroy beneficial organisms.
Environmental friendly & have no adverse effect on soil or plants or humans or animals.
MlCROBlAL COUNT : 2 X 108 CFU / gm of the carrier.
SHELF LIFE : Minimum 6 months.
PACKING: Regular packing available - 1 kg & 10kg.
DOSAGE & DIRECTION
Seed or Seedling root treatment : Mix Shakti Pseudomonas at the rate 20gms in 1lt of water. Soak the seeds or root of seedlings for 30 minutes, before sowing or planting.
Soil application: Mix 2 to 4Kgs of Shakti Pseudomonas with required quantity of organic manure or farm yard manure or vermicompost for 1 acre (250 Kgs to 500 kgs)
After mixing leave the mix in a heap at a covered, dry and cool place for 24 hours and then apply in the soil. This soil application can be done 3 days before or within 10 to l5 days after sowing or planting.
Foliar application: Mix Shakti Pseudomonas at the rate 10gms in 1 Lt of water, with the required quantity of water for 1 acre or mix 1 kg in 120 litres of water and spray evenly on the foliage. Also drench the soil near the root zone of the plant.
The first spray can be done between 30 to 45 days after sowing or planting. The spray can be repeated once 20 to 30 days depending upon the persistence of the disease.