Bio Fertilizers

Bio Fertilizers are substances that contains microorganism’s living or latent cells which, when applied to soil, colonise the rhizosphere of the plant, promotes growth by increasing the supply or availability of nutrients to the host plant.

SPIC Vonder
100 gms Packing

SPIC Vonder

Mycosym wonder is a Vesicular Aurbuscular Mycorrhizal preparation contains spores (asexual resting Clamydospores), fragments of mycorhizal fungal filaments and infected roots bits. WS-VAM preparation is made on water soluble carrier contains endo-mychorrhizal species @ 100,000spores or 200,000 infective propagules per 100gram of the product. This concentrated fine material is ideal for “Water in” or “Spray” applications.

Mycosym wonder provide the plant additional access to soil nutrients and water and thus helps the plants to overcome nutrient burn and drought .

Mycosym wonder acts as a “soil internet”, When the mycorrhizae “connect to a plant”, it triggers the plant immune system to release “defense-related chemicals.” It makes the host plants more disease-resistant.

Mycosym wonder solubilizes and mobilizes the nutrients into root at vertical cells.


Seed treatment: 25-50g of Mycosym wonder for seeds required per hectare

Fertigation, drenching spray, soil drenching

  • Apply approximately 15 days after sowing or first application
  • 250 grams per hectare

Transplanted crops (chili, capsicum, onion, tomato, eggplant, cole, and annual transplanted crops)
First application: seedling dip

  • 10 grams per litre of water
  • Dip the seedling in solution for 5 minutes before transplanting

Second application: fertigation, drenching spray, soil drenching

  • Apply approximately 15 days after transplanting (coinciding with owering)
  • 250 grams per hectare

Horticultural crops (fruit crops, plantation crops, perennials)
First application: soil drenching or fertigation

  • At the time of fertilizer application
  • 250 grams per hectare: 0 to 6-yearold crop
  • 500 grams per hectare: > 6-year-old crop

Second application: soil drenching or fertigation

  • 40 to 45 days after first application
  • 250 grams per hectare: 0 to 6-yearold crop
  • 500 grams per hectare: > 6-year-old crop


Form / base Fine powder root biomass mixed with growing substance
Particle size for carrier based 90% should pass through 250 micron IS sieve powder formulations (60 BSS).
Moisture content per cent Max. 12%
pH 6.0 – 7.5
Total viable propagules / gram of product 100 g of finished product with minmium 60 spores per gram
Infectivity Potential Inoculum potential : 1200 IP / g
4 Kg Packing


  • Soil Treatment – Mix Potash granule 3- 4 kg per acre in 50 Kg of well decomposed FYM/compost/vermicompost/soil and broadcast in the soil before sowing/transplanting.
  • For standing crops, broadcast the above mixture in 25-30 days after sowing.


Base carrier based in form of moist / dry granules
Viable cell count CFU minimum 5 X 107 cells / g of granules on dry weight basis
Contamination No contamination at 105 dilution
pH 6.5-7.5 for carrier based in form of granules
Efficiency character Minimum 10 mm solubilisation zone in prescribed media having at least 3 mm thickness
SPIC Konsorzio
1 litre

SPIC Konsorzio


Product Application Methods

Seed Treatment

10 – 20ml of SPIC Konsorzio should be mixed with 20ml rice gruel to make a slurry. Vegetable seeds (100 - 200g) can be mixed with this slurry. Care should be taken to ensure a uniform coating of the slurry on the seed surface. Treated seeds should be shade dried for 30 minutes and sown within 24 hours.

Cocopeat Enrichment

1 litre of SPIC Konsorzio is sufficient to enrich 1000kg (1 Ton) of cocopeat, for raising vegetable nurseries. A suspension of 20ml/ ltr of SPIC Konsorzio in 50 Lts. of water can be applied with a rose can onto the cocopeat, prior to filling in portray.

Soil Drenching

The root surface of transplanted crops can be drenched with SPIC Konsorzio @ 10ml/litre of water on the 7th to 10th day of transplanting. Recommended Dosage of SPIC Konsorzio per acre of land in 3 litres.

Bio Fertigation

SPIC Konsorzio can be applied for transplantation through drip irrigation at a dilution of 10ml/litre of water on the 7th to 10th day of transplanting. The bio – fertigation can be repeated at 30 days intervals.

Main field Application

For 1 acre of land, 3 litres of SPIC Konsorzio can be mixed with 500kg of FYM and applied near the root zone of a standing crop. Alternatively, it can be applied during land preparation, along with FYM.


Do not mix with pesticides, herbicides & inorganic fertilizers

  • Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight
  • Keep away from children and pets.


A Speciality microbial inoculant for Enhanced crop production. Technology Developed & Licensed By ICAR – Indian Council of Agricultural Research, IIHR – Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bengaluru. SPIC Konsorzio Arka Microbial Consortium (AMC) is a liquid biofertilizer that contains Nitrogen fixing, Phosphate/ Zinc solubilizing Potassium mobilizing, and Plant Growth Promoting Bacterial strains.





Individual organism viable count

CFU minimum in a mixture of ant 2 or maximum3 of the following microorganisms:

CFU minimum

Rhizobium or Azotobacter or Azospirillum 5 x 107 cells per milliliter (ml).

CFU minimum PSB

5 x 107 cells per milliliter (ml).

CFU minimum KSB

5 x 107 cells per milliliter (ml).

Total viable count of all the biofertilizers in the product

CFU minimum 1.5 x 108 cells per milliliter (ml).


Contamination level

No contamination at any dilution


  5.0 – 7.0


Efficiency Character

The efficiency character of individual microorganisms is to be determined as mentioned in the case of individual biofertilizers through quantitative estimation methods.


Advantages of AMC

  • improved seed germination
  • Increased seedling vigour
  • Can reduce 25% (N&P) fertilizer usage
  • When applied as suggested
  • Improves crop yield by 6 to 20%
  • Can be applied through seed, soil, water and nursery media like Cocopeat.
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