Nitragin

Nitragin

 

a bacterial fertilizer for legume crops. Nitragin contains nodule bacteria that are capable of assimilating atmospheric nitrogen and converting it to compounds that can be metabolized by plants.

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Products: BioFertility, BioYield enhancement and BioControl technologies: Optimize, Optimize Gold, TagTeam LCO, TagTeam, Cell-Tech, Nitragin Gold, JumpStart LCO, JumpStart, QuickRoots, Ratchet, contact Colby Mower (MWCY@novozymes.
Plants under the treatments with biological fertilizer of Nitragin in drought tension levels of -4 and -8 bar had more germination percentage rather than other inoculated seeds.
Nitragin Completes the Acquisition of Agribiotics II-40
Products: BioFertility, BioYield and BioControl crop enhancement technologies: Optimize (soybean, pea & lentil, peanut), Optimize Gold (alfalfa/forage), JumpStart (corn, wheat, soybeans), TagTeam LCO (soybean, pea and lentil), TagTeam (pea & lentil, chickpea, dry bean, soybean), Cell-Tech (soybean, pea & lentil, chickpea, peanut), Nitragin Gold (alfalfa & clover); products for corn and soybeans, contact Ryan Locke (rylc@novozymes.
Seeds were inoculated with one liter of nitragin (involving different concentrations of Azotobacter and Azospirillum) and 2 liters of biosuper (consisting of Azotobacter, Azospirillum, soil pathogenic agents' inhibitor, Basillus subtilis and Pseudomonas fluorescens).
Originally founded as the Nitragin Company in 1898 after a Milwaukee entrepreneur purchased rights to a commercial process for the production of nitrogen-fixing rhizobia, Nitragin remained privately owned until 1982.
announced today that through its Canadian affiliate Nitragin Holding Inc.
EMD Crop BioScience is formed following the acquisition of Agribiotics by Nitragin.
Nitragin (now EMD Crop Bioscience) acquires Agribiotics Inc.
It was originally founded as the Nitragin Company in 1898 after a Milwaukee entrepreneur purchased rights to a commercial process for the production of nitrogen-fixing rhizobia.
Nitragin, the world's leading developer of legume inoculants and growth promotants, can
This acquisition allows Nitragin to extend the use of plant health products such as LCO Promoter Technology to non-legume crops such as corn, cotton and wheat.