Technology

Introducing C-active Microbial Technology

c-active-stampC-active Microbial Technology is a system involving a highly concentrated multi strain inoculant which is used in conjunction with an activator component and incorporates a specific application process.

C-active Microbial Technology can be used in a wide range of crops although the technology is tailored to suit the specific application of private label products.

Depending on specific compatibility requirements, C-active Microbial Technology can be incorporated into other crop inputs products to add a biological component to the existing function or developed as a stand alone product.

Our C-active Microbial Technology has been incorporated into thinkbio’s own brand of inoculant, trifixN and can also be found under different brands throughout the world.

See Agribio Website

C-active Microbial Technology works by:

  • Improving nutrient availability and uptake
  • Enhancing nutrient use efficiency
  • Promoting better root growth and development
  • Improving plant performance
  • Increasing crop yield

C-active Microbial Technology has two components;

  1. Multi strain, highly concentrated powdered inoculant (2.5g / ha)
  2. Liquid activator (50ml/ha)

Rehydrated C-active Microbial Technology microorganisms

 C-active Microbial Technology foliar (52.5g/Ha)

C-active Microbial Technology Application Process

  • Rehydrated microbes are mixed into the spray tank together with the activator and applied as a foliar spray to crops
  • Use and application is simple and uses existing equipment on farms
  • Delta T is used to identify optimal application timing
  • C-active Microbial Technology can be co applied with some systemic fungicides, herbicide and insecticides in addition to various liquid fertilisers

Click here for the C-active Material Data Safety Sheet .

Patent
TITLE: Microbial Composition, Method and Kit for Enhancing Plant Growth (National phase)
Filed by Fisher Adams Kelly, Brisbane)

Where is C-active Microbial Technology best suited?

In nitrogen responsive crops where yields are marginal and N fertiliser is restricted, expensive or difficult to transport.

  1. Broad acre cropping where expense prohibits N fertiliser application
  2. Developing countries where fertilizer is expensive and difficult to transport
  3. Nitrogen sensitive zones in EU, North Queensland, New Zealand or locally around sensitive water ways
  4. Markets were nitrous oxide policy limits fertiliser use.
  5. Yield optimisation in horticulture particularly if have problems with pathogen control