Soil Microbes and Plant Growth
The science behind MultiFIX® is all about the relationship between soil microbes and plant growth. This relationship is vital for your plant to reach its full potential. When MultiFIX® is applied, your soil releases nutrients that hadn’t been available before. This increases photosynthesis and multiplies a plant’s growth rate.
Energize the Rhizosphere
One of the most complex microbial habitats on Earth is the rhizosphere, a narrow region around the roots comprised of bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, protozoa, and more. MultiFIX® initiates increased activity in your plants’ rhizosphere, thanks to the abundance of these newly released nutrients.
The Science behind MultiFIX® increases microbial activity in the soil and plants. MultiFIX® is a liquid nutrient in a soluble form that provides soils and plants with many of the necessary elements required for maximum growth.
MultiFIX® provides trace elements and nutrients which improve the general soil and plant condition. MultiFIX® is a valuable supplement to soil and foliar fertilizer programs, particularly where there are deficiencies and problems in the uptake of primary nutrients and trace elements from the soil.
Proven Since 1988
At Advanced BioTech, we’ve been enhancing microbial activity since 1988. Since then, we have been seeing consistent results in all crops tested. These results include increased plant nutrient uptake, improved soil quality and better water-holding capacity. Above all we see increased grower income which, after all, is the main reason for farming.
While using MultiFIX®, the soil is much more active with higher populations of beneficial microbes making it easier for the plants to adjust and obtain the necessary nutrients for optimum growth and crop production. Give yourself the economical and effective solution of MultiFIX® for your crops today.
New crops undergo a considerable amount of stress during and after planting. The seeds or transplants must adjust to their new environment and develop enough roots in order to survive. This means that the environment (the soil) must be suitable in order for the plants to exist and thrive. Living soil with tons of microbes per acre indicate a healthy soil, yet many agricultural soils could use the boost that MultiFIX® provides.
Certain tillage practices and chemical applications can alter the size of the microbial population. The process of building up the number of microbes can be very rewarding and profitable. Fortunately, there is a simple way for a reasonable investment, MultiFIX®.
The science behind our MultiFIX® formulation increases soil microbes reproductive ability by supplying the organisms with their essential growth nutrients. Other additions to the MultiFIX® formulation will stimulate and extend root growth to reach further for more minerals and water.
Benefits Accumulate with Each Application
One key benefit of MultiFIX® is that benefits accumulate each and every application. As the microbial population goes through growth and expiration phases, more nutrients are converted and become plant available. Many useful enzymes and hormones are created by the microbes and used by the plant. Hundreds of additional chemical, physiological and biological transformations take place continually – 24/7/365 – in all soils.
Since the MultiFIX® formulation is primarily applied to soils and the plant, the application amounts are dictated by crop economics.
Click on Application Guides to learn the application rate for your crop.
MultiFIX® starts working in soils to build the population of existing beneficial microbes!
Plants take the sugars from the photosynthesis process and combine with numerous other molecules as exudates pumped out through the roots. Microbes gather by the millions to convert and provide plants with much needed minerals.
MultiFIX® starts in the soil to build the population of existing beneficial microbes – the soil microbiome. The microbes convert and provide what plants need most at various stages of growth, flowering, fruiting and during dormancy.
Once the foliage appears, the wonderful (fascinating) process of photosynthesis takes place creating plant building blocks from sunlight energy, CO2 and water.
The plant sends molecules of sugary juices, exudates and mucilage as bulk food for the constantly increasing number of microbes in the soil – especially in the root-soil interface of the rhizosphere.