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Signum Soybean

Signum Soybean is an effective and convenient inoculant equipped with both Osmo Protector and Bio-Inducer Technologies to promote quicker biological fixation of nitrogen, allowing soybean growers to maximize yields even in stressful growing conditions.

Product Information
Formulation Bradyrhizobium japonicum
Liquid Suspension
Technology Bio-Inducer Technology and Osmo Protector Technology
Crops Soybean
Application On-seed
Applicaton Rate 130 ml per 100 kg
2 fl.oz. per 100 Ibs
On-Seed Life Up to 120 days
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FEATURES

BIO-INDUCERS
Accelerates initial, early communication between rhizobia and plant roots and triggers earlier nodulation for maximum nitrogen fixation.

HIGH CONCENTRATION
Higher rhizobia concentration delivers more bacteria per seed at lower application rates.

ENHANCED PERFORMANCE IN CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS
Osmo Protector Technology results in tougher bacteria that enhances performance in the field under adverse conditions. This includes high temperatures, low water availability and chemical (seed treatment) stresses.

LONGER SURVIVAL ON-SEED
Osmo Protector Technology provides added protection for longer on-seed survival without requiring an extender. This allows growers much greater planting-window flexibility compared to other seed-applied liquid and peat inoculants.

ALL-IN-ONE LIQUID FORMULATION
The convenient all-in-one liquid formulation improves application accuracy versus peat formulations and eliminates the additional product handling and bridging concerns of granular products.

A Powerful Combination: Rizobacter Inoculants+Recover PO4

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An Innovative Formulation of a Well-Proven Active (Penicillium bilaii)

Experience the productivity benefits of combining two powerful technologies by using Recover PO4 in conjunction with Signum. The powerful combination of a premium inoculant combined with Penicillium bilaii means efficient nitrogen fixation plus a proven phosphorus solubilizer to make soil and fertilizer phosphate more plant-available.

 

Learn More About Recover PO4 Here

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