|Types Of Biofertilizers||for all crops|
|Packaging Size||1 kg|
|Target Crops||All crops|
|Usage/Application||5 kg per acre|
Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (VAM) is a fungus which has the ability to dissolve the phosphates found in abundance in the soil. Apart from increasing the availability of phosphorus, VAM provides the plants with the necessary strength to resist disease germs and unfavourable weather conditions.
Mycorrhizal fungi themselves do not fix nitrogen, but bacteria that may associate with them can. Generally, mycorrhizae improve the health of plants and their roots, so diseases may cause less damage. Mycorrhizal plants are better able to resist infections by plant pathogens.