The microbes in IBG Bio Fertilizer would duplicate extensively, increase the viability and growth kinetics of soil microbes. With cation exchange capacity (C.E.C.), the microbes are able to coordinate the pH value. The compactness and hardness of soil would be improved with the luxuriant growth of roots, and thus improve the soil structure. The fertilizer losses through volatilization, surface runoff and leaching would be minimized with the improved soil structure.
Microorganism cluster and symbiosis effects would improve the transportation of nutrients to the roots, and thus, would maximize the nutrient uptake from the fertilizer applied up to 70%.
With the rapid duplication rate of 1 generation in every 1-1.5 hours up to 960 generations, the microbes produce organic acids, amino acids, and growth inducer during their life process would enhance the control and coordination of plant growth. The microbes form a protection zone at the root system that protect and prevent any infection of decease and attacks from destructive worms that translate into healthier plants.
Enzymes production of microbes would smoother the carbohydrate and starch formation. Additional to that, the bioaccumulation of potash in cell body of microbes which contains of 33-43% would provide sufficient potassium in the soil. With the continuous duplication of the microbes, 12 essential elements of nutrients would be absorbed progressively, this would increase the inflorescence rate and thus we could gain a higher yield record.