Without the invisible, the visible would not be visible !
In the previous edition of this journal, we presented our latest innovation, the fruit of 7 years of research in partnership with our leading producers: QUATERNA Plant. With the combination BACTÉRIOSOL + QUATERNA PLANT, we return to the basics of agronomy, no longer considering the plant alone but considering the whole agrosystem that revolves around its roots.
The spontaneous microorganisms selected from the Marcel Mézy; Technologies composts contained in QUATERNA Plant grow as close as possible to the roots and improve the physical, chemical, and biological properties of the rhizospheric soil.
As a result, soil-plant and plant-plant exchanges are improved, roots and mycorrhizae can develop better and a true symbiosis takes place, a whole network is set up. Because of this improvement in the rhizospheric soil, plant build better and can optimize their potential both in yield and inquality, while being more autonomous in inputs and water.
The association QUATERNA Plant + BACTÉRIOSOL induces a double action which favours the growth and the resistance of the plants by optimizing their natural food. BACTÉRIOSOL and QUATERNA Plant act jointly in the living universe of the soil, on its natural fertility and the growth of plants. They install a real network of communications between the soil and the plants from the roots.
The interactions between plants and soil microorganisms are essential for the sustainable management of our ecosystems, particularly in agriculture. Without rhizospheric microorganisms, plant diversity would not be what it is today. Cultural practices, the use of phytosanitary products ... have contributed to significantly impoverish this diversity, which is so beneficial for the development and survival of plants. The services of such interactions are essential to perpetuate our systems and it is essential to consider living models in a complex way.
The action of BACTÉRIOSOL prepares the soil for QUATERNA Plant balancing the natural nutrients in the soil and storing them in the humus. QUATERNA Plant brings specific microorganisms closer to the roots and gives the plant better accessibility to nutrients. To maintain these lively and fragile balances, it is essential to combine BACTÉRIOSOL and QUATERNA Plant.
BACTERIOSOL BOOSTER BOOSTS PROFITABILITY AND AUTONOMY
CONTEXT - RESULTS
Corn is grown in Seine-Maritime in FRANCE by EARL LACAILLE, with 20 t / ha of manure
seeded with BACTÉRIOLIT. Yield of 15 t DM / ha.
With the same dose of nitrogen, BACTÉRIOSOL BOOSTER made it possible to increase the production of milk (MFU Milk Forage Unit) by 3.41t and the apparent margin by 10 % (cost of BACTÉRIOSOL BOOSTER included). The 30 unit of N shows the disadvantage of an inappropriate nitrogen input: at the same time too strong, it penalizes the micro organisms supplying nitrogen and too weak to compensate for this negative action.
The modality at 0 unit of N Booster ther efore appears to be the most strategic because without taking into account the cost of the passage of nitrogen, it follows the modality 50 unit of N Booster without taking the risk of a contribution against productive.
Similarly, looking at the production of milk allowed by the DINPs, we find for the same dose of nitrogen (50 unit of N) a first advantage of BACTÉRIOSOL BOOSTER : increase in the milk (+ 1.9 tonnes) and a margin increase of 11%, but the modality 30 unit of N and 0 unit of N with BACTÉRIOSOL BOOSTER reveals the difficulty of choosing the right dose of nitrogen, hence the advantage of choosing 0 unit of N + Booster.
From the point of view of the MFU, as well as that of the PDIN, the most interesting modality turns out to be " 0 unit of N + BACTÉRIOSOL BOOSTER ", always with manure sown with Bactériolit. Bacteriosol Booster therefore optimizes the yield of corn without adding fertilizer, thereby gaining autonomy and profitability. In addition, this method is suitable for organic production.