Organic fertilizers for decomposition of organic plants residues
Contains plant extract and very high concentrations of beneficial soil
microorganisms (Bacillus spp., Trichoderma spp.) >1*10^9 CFU/g.
Straw decomposition is a complex process made up of several subprocesses and involves a diversity of organisms. Trichoderma spp. play an important role in biological decomposition and are also known to produce cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic enzymes. Trichoderma spp. are filamentous soil fungi that secrete a well-balanced cellulolytic complex, which efficiently hydrolyzes cellulosic substrates into monomeric glucose chain. The potential of Trichoderma spp. in hastening the decomposition of straw has been previously reported by Cuevaset al. in 1988 already. Among the many species of Trichoderma, T. harzianum was reported to produce the highest amounts of cellulolytic enzymes that are useful in degrading straw (Lee, 2011). T. viride was also reported to produce ligninolytic enzymes that were able to reduce the lignin content of rice straw (Ghorbani et al., 2015)
Improves soil microbiological activity and humus content.
The straw is degraded and becomes black, so as to achieve decomposition. Simultaneously, the release of nutrient element in the straw is quickened, which can provide more nutrient element for growth of later crop;
The soil fertility is maintained and improved
The organic matter in the soil is increased
The physical and chemical property of the soil are improved
Increase the yield
100-200 g / ha
It can be mixed with most nutrient solutions and pesticides.
Nevertheless make a miscibility test before first application.
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