It improves the inoculants performance by extending the period between treatment and sowing, By increasing bacterial survival both in regular and adverse conditions of hydric stress, high temperatures and mixtures with other seed-applied products such as fungicides and insecticides.
- Adheres the inoculant to the seed, thus maintaining the necessary proximity between bacteria and emerging root
- Protects from cellular desiccation, a frequent problem that occurs when the inoculation of the seed takes place on days of high temperature in the soil, when humidity conditions are not good enough.
- Protects bacteria from cellular desiccation and adverse conditions
- Nourishes bacteria to maintain their metabolism in the period between inoculation and germination