Benefits of Bacillus Subtilis
- The competitive effects of Bacillus subtilis mainly include nutritional competition and spatial locus competition. It can rapidly and massively multiply and colonize in the rhizosphere and interfere with the colonization and infection of plant pathogenic microorganisms on plants, thereby achieving antibacterial and disease-preventing effects.
- Bacillus subtilis can produce a variety of materials with antibacterial and bacteriostatic activities during the growth process, such as subtilin, organic acids, antibacterial proteins, etc. These substances can inhibit the growth and reproduction of pathogenic bacteria and even destroy the bacterial structure and kill Pathogens.
- Bacillus subtilis not only directly inhibits plant pathogenic bacteria but also enhances plant disease resistance by inducing the plant’s disease resistance potential.
Berries, Citrus, Banana, Grapes, Strawberries, Tropical Fruits, Coffee, Cole Crops, Corn, Cucurbit Vegetables, Fruiting vegetables, Leafy Vegetables, Legume Vegetables, Mushrooms, Oilseed Crops, Root/Tuber/Bulb Crops, Seed Crops, Spices, Nuts, Turf Grass, Watercress and Nursery plants and Ornamental Plants
Downey Mildew, Powdery Mildew, leaf blight, double rot, gray mold, Root rot, root wilt, seedling rot, early blight, late blight, leaf spot, stem rot and mildew diseases in crops.
Method of Application of Bacillus Subtilis
Seed dressing: Mix 10ml formulation with 10gram of crude sugar and apply uniformly on 1kg of seeds. Shade dry the seeds for 20-30 min before sowing.
Drench Application: Mix 2-5 lit formulation in 100 litres of water and drench the soil in 1 acre.
Foliar Application: Mix 2-5 lit formulation in 100 litres of water and apply with the spray in 1 acre of land.
Available formulations: Powder and Liquid