Bio-fertilizers, Bio-pesticides and Vam Fungi
Indian well established innovative company engaged in R&D and low cost production of bio-agricultural products offers bio-fertilizer, bio-pesticide and vam fungi technologies. Bio-fertilizers - Nitrogen in the main nutrient element to plant growth. More than 78% of Nitrogen is available in the atmospheric air, but it can not be consumed by plants directly. Only bacteria can consume the atmospheric Nitrogen, convert it into Nitrate and fix it into soil. Afterwards it can be consumed by plants. Nitrogen content in chemical fertilizers such as urea is around 40%. It should be consumed by a plant within 3 hours, otherwise it will be lost through leaching, volatilization and N2 gases into the atmosphere. Microbial biosphere adds as much as 275 million tons of Nitrogen to soil annually through biological fixation, that is more that the quantity of industrially produced fertilizers. Besides Nitrogen, Phosphate is another major element for growing of flowers, fruits, vegetables and grains. Presently Phosphate content in chemical fertilizers consumable by plants is around 16-18% and the rest is in unsoluble form which can be converted into soluble one with the help of phospho-bacteria. Thus over 50% of the remaining phosphate can be made available to the plant in this way. Vam Fungi - Vam is a single cell that supplies Phosphorus and micro nutrients viz. Co., Mb, Cu, Fe, and Zn to the plant. It increases plants' disease and drought resistance. Vam can be consumed by the plant through the root system only. Bio-pesticides -Continuous use of chemical pesticides results in accumulation of toxic substances in the soil. This contaminates harvest, destroys soil and ecological balance. Bio-pesticides offer alternative environment-friendly method to control pest infestation. In this case, bacteria or virus infect the spurious pest by rupturing its skin or attacking its nervous system, which ultimately kills the pest. CONTACT DETAILS: "Mr. C.V. Rao - Managing Partner, Sneha Bio Research and Development Services. D.No. 49-10-11, Near Ramavarappadu Ring, Currency Nagar, Vijaywada 521 108, India. Tel: (91-866) 545 015; 630 316; Fax: (91-866) 471 386; E-mail: [email protected]"
Sector: Biotechnology
Country: India
Area of Application: Agriculture, horticulture, forestry
Keywords: bio, fertilizers, pesticides, vam, fungi
Advantages: Bio-fertilizers: multi-strain concept; Vam fungi: due to multi-strain concept, the use of chemical fertilizers can be reduced by 30 to 50%, while increasing the yield by 10 to 20%. Bio-pesticides: multi-strain concept along with N.P.V. virus; Environment friendly products, reduce use of chemicals in agriculture. Bio-fertilizers provide disease-free and healthy for consumption agro-products, increase crop production, eliminate contamination of agro-products by chemicals, help in replenishment of essential elements in soil, supplies essential growth hormones into plant body and regulates the supplies to the optimum level, increases resistance towards pathogens, help in utilization of barren waste land.
Environmental aspects: Others
Development Status: Fully Commercialized
Legal Protection: No Legal
Technical specifications: PRODUCTION CAPACITY: 500 tons per annum; INPUTS REQUIRED: Manpower: 12; Land/building: 3,000 sq.m./1,000 sq.m. Raw materials: lignite, vermiculture, potatoes, water.
Transfer Terms: Consultancy , Equipment Supply , Turnkey, Others
Target Countries: World Wide
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Contact Person: APCTT (UNESCAP)
Address: Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology (APCTT) C-2, Qutab Institutional Area
City: New Delhi
Country: India
Zip/Pin Code: 110016

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