Vaccine series for seed treatment of faba bean plants

The preparations contain pure lyophilised papillary bacteria specific for a given species of leguminous plants. The rhizobia, by entering into a symbiotic relationship with the leguminous plants, supply it with nitrogen – the most important yield-forming element – and obtain carbon compounds in return. The use of seed treatment preparations not only increases the yield of plants, but also improves the quality of the crop by increasing the proportion of protein in the total weight of the crop. The metabolic products of the preparation’s bacteria and the nitrogen assimilated by them enrich the soil, improving its fertility and improving the yield of plants in the following crops. The symbiosis of leguminous plants with rhizobia allows for a significant reduction in the amount of nitrogen fertilisers. The vaccines are produced in such a way as to guarantee a high concentration and viability of the bacteria, which contributes to their stability and high reproducibility.

100 g 1kg

Effects of application

  • enriches the soil with nitrogen and other products of bacterial metabolism,
  • increases soil fertility,
  • improves the yield of leguminous plants and succeeding crops,
  • reduces the amount of nitrogen fertiliser used.

Composition of the preparation

The preparation contains selected bacterial strains of high concentration.

Application / for seed treatment

How much to apply of the preparation?

0,1 kg / 1 ha

How much to apply of water?

approx. 0.5 l / 1 tonne of seed to be treated


  • Treatment should be done 1-3 days before sowing


Dry or semi-dry treatment in mixers: moisten the seed gently with water and place in the mixer. After the water has been absorbed by the seed, gradually pour the appropriate amount of RHIZOBIUM into the mixer and mix until homogeneous coating is obtained. Spray treatment: Dissolve the required amount of preparation in a small amount of water (approx. 0.5 litre) and apply as a fine droplet spray on the seed intended for 1 ha of cultivated area.