We’ve sprayed a compost tea brew on the greens today involving brewing 600lt of harvested water and adding biostimulants like hydrolysed fish, humid/fulvic acid, carbohydrates and low form of N and K minerals while adding 2kg specially formulated compost full of beneficial biodiversity of fungi for our greens and soil health. We also add a Bacillus Consortium contains Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR), producing strong hormone growth substances as phyto hormones stimulating rooting phosphorus availability, plant health and biomass. Bacillus Consortium contains microbes that are designed to thrive in a variety of stressful environmental conditions whilst giving a synergistic effect within the soil and helping to increase aeration and drainage, improving the healthy growth of the plant.
Also a batch of AF Bioplus T (Nitrogen fixing and phosphate solubilising microbes with added Trichoderma) added to the brewer. 👍
Each microbe in the AF Bioplus T consortium provides a beneficial effect to the soil ecosystem and crop being planted..
Azospirillum can colonise the roots of the turf and increase their growth by the production of different metabolites, including plant hormones. Azotobacter and Beijerinckia have beenficial effects on turf growth and health through boosting biological Nitrogen fixation. Bacillus solubilises soil Phosphorus as well as enhancing Nitrogen fixation. Paenibacillus serves as an efficent Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria which completely colonise plant roots and can simultaneously act as biofertilisers. Trichoderma Harzianum aids in the degredation of organic material/thatch, moving it into a more plant available form, whilst aiding in the solubilisation of Phosphates and micro-nutrients.
And also in my trails bioplus has an amazing affect on our fairy rings if sprayed at 3 week intervals from April to October. 👍🤫and it’s cheaper than any fungicide and wetting agent combination that is currently being recommended by the chemical companies.