Is a plant-growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) which can be used as a nitrogen fixator in field, vegetable and legume crops.
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Optimum ABRA can be applied as a powder, liquid or within a filmcoat. This way we can ensure there is always a suitable application for your specific requirement.
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For the treatment of field, vegetable and legume crops
Optimum ABRA can be applied in a few different ways. Applied to a granulate which can be used as an in furrow application or pre-mixed with the seeds. It can be applied as a Seed treatment or it can be bought in powder and/or liquid form to mix with water for soil injection or during soil preparation.
Every application is based on 1 dosage per hectare. Wether it is our 5 gram powder, 10 kg granulate or 500 gram liquid. This saves you valuable time and makes the application proces easier.
Our technology optimizes the shelf life of Optimum ABRA for long term storage (up to 2 years).
5 gram powder solution for soil injection or soil preparation to add to your water tank. For the treatment of 1 hectare.
Seaching for a liquid to add to your water tank for soil injection or soil preperation? With 500 gram liquid you can treat 1 ha.
You want to pre-mix Optimum AMF with your seeds? Our 10kg bag of granulate is suitable for the treatment of 1 hectare.
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