Microbial Biostimulants

Microbial Biostimulants and Their Significant Benefits to Soil’s Health.


Microbial biostimulants are products containing living microorganisms that promote plant growth by increasing soil’s nutrient availability. Understanding the functions of beneficial microbes helps us utilize them to their greatest potential profitability.

In many soils, nutrients are present in large amounts but are locked in forms that plants cannot use. Microbials utilize natural biological processes such as helping nitrogen fixation, phosphorus solubilization, and potassium mobilization to counter these unavailable forms. Microbial biostimulants play important roles in improving soil health and its biodiversity by increasing micronutrient availability to plants, supporting soil fertility, crop quality, and yields. Crops that use microbial technology see a 60% increase in yields, 14.5% ROI, and a 40% improvement in fertilizer efficiency.

Microbial products are free of any chemicals harmful to the environment and living soils. By practicing natural and eco-friendly growth stimulation, microbial products help restore soil’s natural nutrient cycle and build its necessary organic matter. Blending microbial technology with our expertise, JH Biotech’s biological product line highlights its growth promotion strengths to vigorously improve your bottom line. Experience it for yourself with some of our most popular products.


Finding the Right Biofertilizers and Biostimulants

Phosphorus-Solubilizing Microbes

In soil, the concentration of phosphorus is high, but most of it is present in unavailable forms. Phosphorus-solubilizing bacteria like Bacillus and Pseudomonas, utilized in Soluphos® SP, can increase phosphorus availability to plants by mobilizing it from soil’s unavailable forms.

Mycorrhizal Biofertilizers

Mycorrhizal fungi, the key ingredient in Mycormax®, optimizes root systems and soil environments for key nutrient accessibility. Orchards and tree plantations thrive under this functions as mycorrhizal fungi enables roots to harvest moisture and various micronutrients from deeper and distant niches in the soil, increases nutrient mobility and availability, and enhances growth.

Mineral-Solubilizing Biofertilizers

Soil-dwelling microorganisms can further be used as biofertilizers to provide nutrients such as potassium, zinc, iron, and copper. Certain rhizobacteria, such as Bacillus subtillus found in our own Fulzyme®, can fully colonize plant roots where they perform a number of functions beneficial to plant health. In Fulzyme®, this includes solubilizing insoluble potassium forms, which is another essential nutrient necessary for plant growth.

Plant Growth Promoting Microbes

Natural plant growth promoters, such as Promot MZM®, increase the amount of active beneficial micronutrients in the rhizosphere creating an environment dominated by micronutrients. Likewise, our plant growth promoter Promot Plus®, delivers growth promoting microorganisms in the form of spores, protecting them from adverse environments and ensuring easy germination.

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