C-active Microbial Technology is a plant growth promoting technology that consists of natural plant growth promoting bacteria formulated to enhance nutrient utilisation in plants, especially nitrogen. The technology is designed to compensate up to 30kg N/Ha using foliar application as the principle means of inoculation.
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Obtaining maximum benefits on farms from diazotrophic plant growth promoting biofertilisers requires a systematic strategy designed to fully utilise all beneficial factors, allowing crop yields to be maintained or even increased while fertiliser applications are reduced (Kennedy, 2006). By taking advantage of endophytes, microorganisms are protected inside the plant and have access to improved conditions that are conducive to multiplication and plant growth promotion.
C-active Microbial Technology is unique because it takes advantage of the most efficient plant microorganisms using a programmed system of delivery that improves colonisation, control and reliability in a simple to use format. By focusing on a systematic strategy from manufacture to agronomy the C-active Microbial Technology becomes a unique and complete package.