Plant Nutrition

Specific technology to rapidly absorb micronutrients and provide plant organisms with all the elements they need to grow strong and healthy. This technology also offers a wide range of solutions for different nutritional needs and phenological phases, consisting of microcrystalline NPK formulations with very high purity and solubility, enriched with micronutrients chelated with EDTA.

Liquid Nutrient Technology (LNT)

Nature of technology: Liquid Nutrient Technology (LNT) is a growing requirement for an effective solution in providing fertilizer blends for agriculture.

A deficiency of one or more of the seven plant micronutrients (boron, chlorine, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc) can adversely affect both the yield and quality of crops.
Micronutrients are growing in importance because of: increased demand from high yielding varieties and intensive cropping; increased use of fertilizers containing low levels of micronutrients; decreased use of organic manures and crop residues in some parts of the world; mining of micronutrient reserves in soil and nutrient imbalances. In addition there is an emerging shift in emphasis from the role of micronutrients in crop production to their inclusion in main staple foods in human and animal diets.

Fermentation Associated Chelation Technology (FACT)

Nature of technology: Fermentation Associated Chelation Technology (FACT) is a sustainable solution in agriculture that makes micronutrients available to plants in a balanced way.

A deficiency of one or more of the seven plant micronutrients (boron, chlorine, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc) can adversely affect both the yield and quality of crops. The product developed by this technology contains all the above nutrients which are blended with microorganisms using the technique of Fermentation Associated Chelation Technology. Conversion of carbohydrates into an acid form in the presence of microorganisms is achieved by this process. SRIBIO has produced cost-effective micronutrients with Fermentation Associated Chelation Technology. When applied to the soil these products break down salts into a form readily available to the plant using enzymes.