Bloom Fields GA
Bloom Fields GA: Broad-spectrum Biological Control and Plant Growth Promotion by Greenfields is a high-quality bio-fungicide and plant growth promoter. It is a perfect alternative to chemical fungicides and can be applied in both personal gardening and largescale farming.
- Target crops: all crops
- Packaging: 1-liter bottle
Broadspectrum Biological Control
Biological control is the use of living organisms to maintain pest populations below damaging levels. Sometimes, it is desirable to target a specific species or group of organisms. In some other situations, it is necessary to eliminate a wider range of pests that are causing harm. Broad-spectrum pesticides, insecticides, or fungicides are designed to kill or manage a wide variety of organisms.
Broad-spectrum pesticides are especially useful when many different species of organisms are causing harm or when the specific organism causing harm is unknown. Most broad-spectrum pesticides are designed to target a system that is common in many organisms, such as the nervous system or muscular system.
Plant Growth Promotion
Soil is replete with microscopic life forms including bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, protozoa, and algae. Of these different microorganisms, bacteria are by far the most common (i.e., 95%). The concentration of bacteria that is found around the roots of plants (i.e., in the rhizosphere) is typically much greater than in the rest of the soil.
The interaction between soil bacteria and plants may be beneficial, harmful, or neutral. The bacteria that can promote plant growth, that is, PGPB, include those that are free-living, those that form specific symbiotic relationships with plants (e.g., Rhizobia spp. and Frankia spp.), bacterial endophytes that can colonize some or a portion of a plant’s interior tissues, and cyanobacteria (formerly called blue-green algae). PGPB may promote plant growth directly usually by either facilitating resource acquisition or modulating plant hormone levels, or indirectly by decreasing the inhibitory effects of various pathogenic agents on plant growth and development, that is, by acting as biocontrol bacteria.