UNI-MAX is a microbiologically granulated fertilizer – nutrient mobilizer, which is certified for use in organic and traditional agricultural production.

UNI-MAX microbiological fertilizer contains bacteria that are applied to special carriers, from where they are released over a long period of time.

Plants are supplied with nitrogen and phosphorus from reserves that are already in the soil. Organic compounds in the soil make up 70-90% of the total content of nitrogen and phosphorus, but they are inaccessible to plants.

By applying UNI-MAX fertilizers, these compounds decompose to nitrogen and phosphorus forms that plants can absorb directly through the root system. In that way, the elements that are already present in the soil become available to the plants, as a result of which the application of mineral fertilizers is reduced.

UNI-MAX fertilizer contains:

  • Bacillus megatherium 3×107 cfu/cm3
  • Azozobacter chroococcum sp. 1×107 cfu/cm3

The preparation is in a solid-state, without a characteristic odor, light gray in color.

Granulation: 4-8 mm

UNI-MAX fertilizer is used with the help of fertilizer spreaders. The amount and time of application of this product depend on the branch of agriculture for which we use it.


1. Basic fertilizer

2. Pre-sowing (starting fertilizer)

 100–200 kg/ha

1. When planting pomes, stone fruits, and nuts

2. When planting and fertilizing berries

3. Basic fertilization

25-50 g/per tree

25-50 g/meter length

150-200 kg/ha below the tree in strips



What will you get by applying UNI-MAX fertilizer?

  • Eliminates the negative effects of applying mineral fertilizers
  • Faster decomposition of crop residues
  • Improves the water-air regime of the soil
  • Accelerates the initial growth of the plant
  • Favorably affects soil fertility
  • Better absorption of phosphorus, nitrogen, potassium, and microelements from the soil


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