Generation of signal that activates early metabolic processes, beneficial for plants and bacteria.
When seeds germinate, different compounds are released through its root system. Some of them are natural baits to beneficial microorganisms, others inhibit pathogens and even others constitute a signal of association with symbiotic bacteria.
These symbiotic signals join a receptor in the bacteria membrane which activates transcription of nodulation genes that synthetize nod factors, key molecules to succeed in the interaction rhizobio-legume, responsible for the entrance of bacteria into the plant and the specificity host-hostess. This union also activates the secretion system T3SS present in bacteria and responsible for the successful interaction, directly related to the polysaccharides excretion for the role in nodule formation and to protect rhizobia from plant defenses to allow symbiosis.
It induces biologically efficient biological nitrogen fixation, defense mechanisms against pathogens, resistance to stress due to low temperatures, drought and soil acidity, adequate flow of nutrients such as Ca (calcium) and, consequently, positive effects on crop germination and development.
Inoculation with physiologically active bacteria and, therefore, more resistant and suitable to adverse weather conditions, thus, producing early infection and higher nodulation.
TOP (Osmoprotection Technology)
This technology, present both during the manufacturing process as well as in the formulation, ensures superior protection at a cellular membrane level to reduce bacterial desiccation.