Bio-activation Of Crop Nutrients

Bio Active Nutrient Fortification Concept

All plants require nutrients for their growth and productivity. They are categorized in to Primary, Secondary, Micro and Non Mineral Nutrients. Break up of each category is given below.

The most reliable and effective way to make the availability of nutrients coincides with plant requirements are by controlling their release into the soil solution or availability to plants but this never happens in real life.

Nutrients availability is dependent on multiple factors, like soil parent material, its pH, natural availability of each nutrient in soil, concentration of each nutrient in soil and its interaction with other nutrients.
All plants take most of their nutrients from soil. Soil occurs naturally and is made up of layers (soil horizons) consisting of minerals and organic matter. Soil feeds the land, allowing plants to grow and thrive.

Soil Profile = Zamin Ki Sakhat, Water + Air 50%, Soil particle = Mitti Kae Zarat 45-49% , Organic matter 0.1 to 5% = Gobar Wali Khad and Microbes = Jarseem) Soil composition depicts that to supply & sustain nutrients to plant nature has employed Integrated Plant Nutrient System.
Plants absorb/uptake most of nutrients from soil thru roots. Scientist’s categories plant food nutrients in to following categories based on their mobility in soil:

  • Mobile Nutrients: - Nutrients which remain part of soil solution and freely mobile in soil and plant roots can easily take up them like NO3, SO4, Cl, BO3
  • Immobile nutrients: - These are such nutrients which are tightly held in soil with soil particles or they are water insoluble like PO4, K, Ca, Mg, Zn, Fe.

Nutrients mobility / immobility in soil governed by several factors like pH, soil texture etc. In order to make all of the required nutrients at most critical stage Integrated Plant Nutrient Management is best approach. Integrated Plant Nutrient Management refers to the maintenance of soil fertility and of plant nutrient supply at an optimum level for sustaining the desired productivity through optimization of the benefits from all possible sources of organic, inorganic and biological components in an integrated manner.

Bio Active Nutrient Fortification Concept

At Niha Corp we focus on Integrated Plant Nutrient Management (IPNM) for Sustainable Life. We employe IPNM in production of Bio active Nutrient Fortified Fertilizer (BNFF). Bio-activation is PCT patent Technology of Niha Corp. BNFF approach has following stages.

  • Bio-activation :- Transforming Immobile/Less Mobile crop nutrients thru our Patent Bio-activation technology to plant available form.
  • Bioactive Nutrient Fortification:- Chemical Fertilizers like Urea, DAP, Potash and Compost for synergetic response with Bio-activated Nutrients like Zn, Sulfate, Boron thru Surface Bonding or blending.
  • Beneficial Microbial Impregnation:- Heavy dependency on chemical fertilizers and intensive cropping has deteriorated soil health. In order to ensure nutrient supply adequate population of microbes is essential for having IPNM. We impregnate consortium of beneficial microbes isolated from local environment.
  • Organic Coating:- To ensure maximum population of Beneficial Microbes and to reduce losses of mobile nutrients like Nitrogen.

Nutrients mobility / immobility in soil governed by several factors like pH, soil texture etc. In order to make all of the required nutrients at most critical stage Integrated Plant Nutrient Management is best approach. Integrated Plant Nutrient Management refers to the maintenance of soil fertility and of plant nutrient supply at an optimum level for sustaining the desired productivity through optimization of the benefits from all possible sources of organic, inorganic and biological components in an integrated manner.

Benefits of Bio Activation & BNNF Fertilizer

  • Bio Activation is a natural process
  • Bio Active nutrients are free from fixation or leaching losses
  • Bio Activation process is natural and eco friendly no pollution or industrial waste
  • BNFF fertilizers have synergetic effect
  • BNFF fertilizers are more efficient in response
  • BNFF fertilizer have less losses due to organic coating
  • BNFF fertilizers improves soil health