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Guapsin is based on the action of industrial strains of bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas aureofaciens B-306 and B-111. It protects plants from pests and diseases, stimulates their growth and development. At the result of scientific observations it was concluded that the bacteria Pseudomonas aureofaciens B-306 modify soluble compounds of the soil, and in such a manner plants are able to receive an additional nutrition. In a short time after treatment physiological activity of the plant begins to increase, its roots begin to absorb the nutrients more rapidly. It happens due to plant hormone indoleacetic acid, which bacteria emit. In addition, soils Pseudomonades inhibit the growth of pathogenic microorganisms in the rhizosphere, and this circumstance also contributes to the plants growth. As a result, the plant receives such an amount of nitrogen and other nutrients that the effect of rhizosphere bacteria is equivalent to the action of mineral fertilizers. The experiments showed that dressing 5 liters of Guapsin per 1 hectare of agricultural land is comparable to 150-200 pounds of ammonium nitrate and 60-80 pounds of urea on the nitrogen-fixing action. The principle of nitrogen fixation, which Guapsin fully has, is fundamentally different from the means of agricultural chemistry. Soil nitrate and urea under the influence of moisture and sunlight are converted into nitrates, which feed the plant with nitrogen (non symbiotic nitrogen * this case the nitrogen enters the plant as a part of a chemical compound. Up to a certain extent the plants take away nitrogen atoms from these compounds and assimilate them. The peculiarity lies in the fact that plants have no natural defense mechanism against the penetration of chemical compounds in the sap flow. Therefore, even being full of nitrogen, they continue to absorb excess nitrates, necessarily storing them in the leaves and fruit. At the same time this kind of nitrogen fixation enriches 1 hectare of soil with nitrogen only on 15-30 pounds per year. In contrast to chemical, biological (symbiotic) nitrogen fixation is going on due to nodule bacteria (Rhizobium), which live in close symbiosis with higher plants. In this case symbiotic nitrogen fixation can enrich every 1 ha of soil on 200-300 pounds of nitrogen per year. Guapsin contributes significantly to the growth of populations of nodule bacteria in the soil. When you use the biological preparation, the effect is the same as if the crop was planted in the place where you just were grown a crop of legumes. It is important that with this method of nitrogen fixation plant assimilates not connected, but clean atomic nitrogen. At the end of the growing season, such nitrogen, even getting into the plant, evaporates, making the environmental component of plants ideal. The essential difference lies in the fact that the result of urea and ammonium nitrate appears in about three weeks after putting them in the ground. Bacteria begin to act almost *ible result of their work can be seen on the fourth or fifth day after the treatment. Guapsin, created as a fungicide and bactericide preparation, displayed a side effect as an insecticide. Penetrating in the digestive tract of insect pests, the drug destroys the intestinal microflora and kills insects which devour plants.
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