Research and development in agriculture
In order to make the most complex solutions accessible and concrete, MSBIOTECH focuses its attention on the utilisation of micro-organisms, which combined with natural organic matrices increase agricultural productivity while respecting the environment. The use of microbiology makes it possible to introduce solutions that maximise nutritional efficiency, reduce plant stress and increase the quality and quantity of production.
Action method and effects on the plant
They represent a highly concentrated pool of multitasking soil microbes: PGPR bacteria and fungi. They promote the release of phytohormones such as auxins into the rhizosphere and stimulate multiplication, cell relaxation and root development; they also increase the availability of nutrients in the soil, especially Phosphorus and microelements (Iron, Manganese, Zinc, etc.). Last but not least, they inhibit development and competition for space and nutrients against many pathogenic fungal species.
An acronym for Plant Growth Promoting Ryzobacteria, and fungus are the super " all-rounders" of the microbial community. They colonise the roots, improving plant growth. They release phytohormones into the rhizosphere, such as auxins, which stimulate the multiplication, stretching and growth of root cells; they increase the availability of nutrients in the soil, particularly phosphorus and trace elements (iron, manganese, zinc, etc.).
They provide a valuable aid to the plant in the absorption of water and nutrients. They are an example of a mutualistic symbiosis between a fungus and plant roots: the former receives the carbohydrates needed for growth from the plant and at the same time the plant better absorbs water and mineral salts (phosphorous, iron, etc.) made available by the fungus itself. Mycorrhized plants are healthier and more vigorous, resisting biotic and abiotic stresses better.
They provide a valuable aid in the absorption of water and nutrients by the plant. They are an example of a mutualistic symbiosis between a fungus and the plant roots: the fungus receives the carbohydrates necessary for growth from the plant and at the same time the plant better absorbs water and mineral salts (phosphorus, iron, etc.) made available by the fungus itself. Mycorrhized plants are healthier and more vigorous, resisting better to biotic and abiotic stresses.
Products for agriculture
MSBIOTECH products are developed on the basis of new, high quality standards, guaranteed by renewed production processes and the careful selection of raw materials.
A complete range of products to satisfy the multiple needs of the agricultural world: from microbiological bio stimulants and inoculations of mycorrhizal fungi (born from microbiological research, able to enhance plant performance) to nutrition products (organic soil conditioners and enriched mineral organoids), to end with fertigators, special leaf fertilizers and microelements.