Beneficial Bacterias – OMRI certified
Bacillus Amyloliquefaciens: this bacterium is known for its ability to break down proteins. It has some mild antibacterial properties as well, but they are less pronounced. Bacillus Amyloliquefaciens produces and secretes amylase, an enzyme that breaks down starch into sugars the plant can use. It also secretes an antibiotic protein called barnase, however it also tells the host plant to begin manufacturing a barnase inhibitor called barstar.It also provides protection against various soilborn diseases and strengthens plants’ vitality and yield.
Bacillus Licheniformis: produces protease (binds amino acids into proteins) and amylase (breaks down starch into sugars). By breaking down the plants food ahead of time, your plants gets to use its energy on more important things like making better buds. Also colonies of Bacillus Lichenformis near the root zone stimulate root production, as well as secondary stem growth.
Bacillus Pumilus: acts as a fungicide by preventing the development of fungal spores on plants. It forms a physical barrier between the plant leaf and the fungal spores, and then colonizes the spores. B. pumilus also stimulates the plants own resistance system by inducing systemic acquired resistance (SAR). It also fights fungal pests such as molds, mildews, blights, rusts.
Bacillus Megaterium: Produces Penicillin amidase for constructing penicillins, enzymes for modifying corticosteroids, and several amino acid dehydrogenases. This helps plants fight any invasion of disease.
Bacillus Subtilis: is so strong that it practically cannibalizes all harmful microorganisms. It is one of the most potent and beneficial of all health-promoting and immune-stimulating bacteria. Bacillus Subtilis are able to activate nearly all systems of the plant immune defense.