CO-INOCULATION TECHNOLOGY

Learn all about Soybean Co-inoculation Technology and Bean.

The co-inoculation is a technology in line with the current approach of agriculture which respects the demands of high yields, but with agricultural, economic, social and environmental sustainability. It consists in adding more than one microorganism admittedly beneficial to plants, in order to maximize the contribution of all to the plant. It combines a well-known practice: the inoculation of soybean (or bean)  seeds with nitrogen-fixing bacteria, known as rhizobia, with the concomitant use of Azospirillum, a bacterium known by plant growth promoting effects, but also helping biological nitrogen fixation.

Co-Inoculation in soybean

  • Sustainable Practice that dismisses the nitrogen fertilization.

  • Greater contribution of biological nitrogen fixation.

  • Better response of plants to environmental stress, more vigor of plants and nutritional balance.
  • Increases grain yield, increasing productivity.
  • Provides a larger root system, obtaining better exploitation of water and nutrients from the soil.

Co-Inoculation in common bean

  • Increases grain yield, increasing productivity.
  • Greater contribution of biological nitrogen fixation.
  • More vigor of plants and nutritional balance. Best response of plants to environmental stress.
  • Sustainable Practice that dismisses the partial or total nitrogen fertilization.
  • Provides a larger root system, obtaining better exploitation of water and nutrients from the soil.