Vaccine series for seed dressing of legume crops

The preparations contain pure lyophilisates of papillary bacteria, specific to the bean plant species. By entering into symbiosis with broad bean plants, the papillary bacteria supply them with nitrogen – the most important yield-forming nutrient – in return extracting carbon compounds. The use of seed treatment not only increases the yield of the crop, but also improves its quality by increasing the proportion of protein in the total weight of the crop.

The products of the bacteria’s metabolism and the nitrogen they assimilate enrich the soil, improving soil fertility and enhancing crop yields in succeeding crops.  The use of Rhizobium allows nitrogen fertiliser rates to be significantly reduced. The vaccines are produced in a way that guarantees a high concentration and viability of the bacteria, which contributes to their stability and high reproducibility.

Approved for use in organic farming


After dressing, sow within a maximum of 3 days.

Dry or semi-dry dressed in mixers: gently moisten the seed with water and place in the mixer. Once the water has been absorbed by the seed, pour the appropriate amount of Rhizobium preparation gradually into the mixer and mix until a homogeneous coating is obtained on the material.

Dressing by spraying: Dissolve the preparation in a small quantity of water (about 0.5 litres) and apply as a fine droplet spray on the seed intended.

Application effects:

  • enrichment of the soil with nitrogen and other products of
  • bacterial metabolism
  • increase in soil fertility
  • improving the yield of legume crops and succeeding crops
  • limiting the amount of nitrogen fertiliser used