Rizol for soybeans is a unique product from our assortment that has been microbiologically tested and approved for soybean seed inoculation. Rizol for soybeans is recommended for use in traditional agricultural production, as well as in the organic treatment of soybean seeds. With Akrounik microbiological Rizol fertilizer, you will achieve optimal and uniform soybean yield in all conditions.
Rizol for soybeans is microbiological fertilizer used for the inoculation of soybean seeds with bacteria that fix nitrogen and form nodules in the roots. Rizol for soybeans contains effective strains of symbiotic nitrogen fixers that have high nitrogenase activity.
By applying these bacteria to the seeds, the formation of nodules in the root is accelerated. Bacteria (symbiotic nitrogen fixers) reach the inside of the roots (parenchyma) through the root hairs, where they begin to divide rapidly, as a result of which the nodule is formed in which these bacteria fix nitrogen and transfer it directly to the plant.
What are symbiotic nitrogen fixers and how do they work?
Symbiotic nitrogen fixers are bacteria that form nodules in the roots of leguminous plants (soybean, alfalfa, peas, beans, clover) where they perform nitrogen fixation.
One type of bacterium forms nodules only on (one) appropriate plant species with which it establishes symbiosis- a form of community in which bacteria directly deliver accessible nitrogen to plants, while plants supply bacteria with assimilators (nutrients created in the process of photosynthesis).
The formation of nodules is also influenced by the pH of the soil, the humus content, the mechanical components of the soil, the application of pesticides and mineral fertilizers.
Agrounik has developed a new generation of preparations (Risol for soybeans, Risol for peas, and Risol for alfalfa) where symbiotic nitrogen fixers are applied to a liquid carrier that ensures longer survival of these bacteria on the seed after treatment. Also, these preparations contain indole-30acetic acid, which increases the germination of seeds, the length of the roots, as well as the above-ground part of the plant, and provides a more successful establishment of symbiosis and formation of nodules.