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Phosphate microbial fertilizer

Given the annual imports of thousands of tons of phosphate fertilizers, it seems necessary to find a way that can reduce the excessive consumption of this fertilizer. Extensive studies conducted in developed countries on the use of biological fertilizers with the aim of reducing the use of chemical fertilizers, indicate the need for further research in the country in this regard.

Given the annual imports of thousands of tons of phosphate fertilizers, it seems necessary to find a way that can reduce the excessive consumption of this fertilizer. Extensive studies conducted in developed countries on the use of biological fertilizers with the aim of reducing the use of chemical fertilizers, indicate the need for further research in the country in this regard.
Based on these experiences and clear evidence, the use of phosphate-solubilizing microorganisms in improving phosphorus uptake to reduce the use of phosphate fertilizers seems essential.

Phosphorus is one of the main elements required by the plant and is one of the most important elements in the production of agricultural products. This element has a special role in the structure of the nucleus and cell membrane. Phosphorus in plant tissues is very low (about 0.2%) and is about one tenth of the amount of nitrogen or potassium. In the absence of this small amount of phosphorus and its decrease, metabolic interactions, such as the conversion of sugar to starch, stop and eventually, due to the accumulation of sugars, the anthocyanin pigment is formed in the leaves.

This element also plays an essential role in seed formation and is found in large quantities in fruits and seeds. The amount of phosphorus that can be used in cropping systems in arid and semi-arid regions is less of a limiting factor in production compared to wetlands. However, the consumption of phosphate fertilizers in the country is more than the needs of plants, and in many cases, the consumption of this input has caused many problems.

The results of research show that the increase in the use of phosphorus fertilizers during these years, not only has not significantly increased the yield of crops, but as a result of upsetting the balance of nutrients, has also reduced the crop in some cases and also excessive use of phosphate fertilizers. In addition to the exorbitant foreign exchange costs of buying fertilizer from abroad, it also has detrimental effects. These effects include phosphorus poisoning due to excessive absorption of mineral phosphorus and increase its concentration in plant tissues and disturbing the balance of nutrients, reduced crop yield, accumulation of boron in plants to a toxic level, reduced copper uptake, Inactivation of iron in soil, inhibition of iron uptake by roots, disruption of zinc metabolism in plants, soil contamination with cadmium, degradation of crop quality (reduction of wheat grain protein), increase of negative soil load, and contamination of water with phosphorus and atrophy Named.

Alkan Production Group is the first industrial producer of organic fertilizers and compound in the country after years of research and production of phosphate microbial fertilizer as an alternative to phosphate chemical fertilizers.

Based on organic fertilizers and phosphate soils, this product contains effective bacterial spores of mineral phosphate solubilizers. Bacterial spores in this fertilizer are activated after entering the soil environment and by producing organic acids and phosphate-releasing enzymes, mineral and organic phosphorus unusable in the soil, phosphate and organic matter in the formulation of microbial fertilizer can be used in Puts the plant at its disposal. In addition to its high solubility properties of insoluble phosphate, this bacterium is also considered a plant growth promoting bacterium and through the production of plant growth hormones, it promotes root development and thus water consumption efficiency as well as absorption of micro elements such as zinc (Zn). Also increases.

Replacement of alkane phosphate microbial fertilizer with an amount equal to superphosphate chemical fertilizer in field experiments, an increase of 8 to 25% yield depending on the type of product and also due to increased root growth and early maturity increases water use efficiency (WUE) Has been on the farm.