Bacteria fix nitrogen by converting nitrogen from the air into plant available form. It increases nutrient levels in the soil by converting insoluble nutrients (including phosphorus) for plant use and improves nutrient absorption by increasing cell membrane permeability of root hairs.
They stimulate the production of plant enzymes which enhances metabolic functions, naturally accelerate cell division to promote healthy controlled growth, produce natural plant growth hormones, enhance seed germination and viability of emerging seedlings, suppress pathogenic fungi and reduce planting and transplant shock.
These actions can reduce the fertilizers needed, lead to higher yields, improve soil conditions, provide plants with increased resistance to environmental extremes (drought, heat, cold), increase plant vigor, color and density, and increase plant resilience to pests and diseases.
The bacteria will need to be introduced into a fallow field and re-introduced every 2-3 years.