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How to increase productivity of legumes in crop rotation

2017 03 23
  
Looking at the soil effected by wind and cold erosion, different thoughts get to our mind. How much time will take to understand the scale of destructive effect to the soil , created by ourselves. We hear many farmers saying: ,,amonnium nitrate is cheap, will put 300 kg/ha and will get yield and quality“. Hard to hear and understand that.

High or unbalanced nitrogen fertilizer rates, intensive farming and other tools used in farming activates the mineralization of soil organic matter, including humus, due to this reason we can sea a significant decline in soil humus. In the humus degradation, soils lose agronomic properties: changing the structure, deteriorating air and water treatment, increasing the hardness and density deteriorates technological properties, etc. It can be partially justified by farmers and that they do not take measures, these processes take place relatively slowly and farmers  eye gets used to it and do not notice that the soil is degradating.

Complex ecological problems caused by intensive agriculture can be solved by the application of the principle of a new agricultural strategy. Interest in non-traditional methods  notably increase. Bioenergy LT- one of those who first recommended that farmers must use biological soil improvement, plant nutrition and immune system enhancement methods that allow substantially reduce the use of chemicals. To increase biological activity in agricultural production, at first we will need to activate existing nitrogen-fixing links in nature through which plants can be equipped with biological nitrogen. Farmers need to understand that in order to get maximum production yield per unit of area it is necessary to intensify the biological nitrogen accumulation.

One of the measures – nitrogen fixing plants in crop rotation. To maximize effect, help must be provided for the plants. This years news – new product for beans and peas seed dressing invented in reconstructed Bioenergy LT factory.

In the innovative farms not only symbiotic bacteria products are used. Biological nitrogen advantage is not only its safety to environment. It takes very little energy to activate the nitrogen-fixing microorganisms in the soil. The only biological nitrogen deficiency in providing plants with nitrogen - failure to effectively manage this process.

Until now, we paid a lot of attention to effectiveness of free living nitrogen fixing bacteria. However, with increasing legumes plant areas, as the largest manufacturer of biological products in the Baltic countries ,we were not able to stay away. Moreover, the legumes plants play an important role in the collection of biological nitrogen in agriculture, the importance of the overall nitrogen balance is very important.

Legumes plant productivity, yield, biological nitrogen and plant protein accumulation depends on the macro and micro symbiotic relationship between each other. For that reason, it is very effective to insert (mostly by seed dressing) Rhizobium bacteria. Legumes plant's ability to symbiosis with Rhizobium adoption of a nitrogen from the atmosphere is guaranteed to them the ecological advantage of nitrogen deficit in the background. Using legumes seeds dressing  with new generation biological product produced Bioenergy LT  factory, and then application of Fosfix and by the need for other biologics will maximize local conditions to increase the yield and improve quality.The use of biological agents allows you to adjust the soil microbial population abundance and activity and to ensure self-sufficiency in plant nutrition elements. Unlocked nitrogen fixators in the soil can accumulate an average of 30 - 50 kg / ha of nitrogen, and in some cases, even more.


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    Lithuania, Panevėžys 36151, Staniūnų g. 83
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