The use of patented strains not only has a disease control effect with strong antibacterial secretions, but also maximizes the soil improvement effect by increasing the long-term and periodic survival rate of microorganisms by using high-unit nutrients as a tint.
It helps to fix nitrogen in the air and promote plant growth.
Soil phosphate solubilization and growth hormone generation help suppress pathogenic bacteria.
It promotes the secretion of lytic enzymes of various pathogenic bacteria.
The production of endospores maximizes their persistence in the soil.
It helps root establishment and remedies repeated crop failure, and reduces damage from root rot.