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LALFIX PROYIELD Liquid Soybean

Premium dual-action liquid inoculant in a single bladder

LALFIX PROYIELD LIQUID SOYBEAN is a leading new formulation containing Bradyrhizobium elkanii and Delftia acidovorans in one package that requires no mixing. Lallemand Plant Care is utilizing two unique strains of Bradyrhizobium elkanii to bring soybean growers an innovative inoculant with higher rhizobia survival and competitiveness. In addition, Delftia increases root growth, nutrient and water uptake - ultimately leading to enhanced nodulation and nitrogen fixation, early vigor and higher soybean yields. In partnerships with university researchers, who have concluded that Delftia produces a significant amount of chelating molecules that help solubilize iron for soybean availability. This has shown out in fields with history of Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) to decrease symptoms caused by lack of iron as part of an overall offensive strategy against IDC.

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Dual Action

Bradyrhizobium elkanii

Two strains for balanced performance

  • More N fixation through utilization of nitrogenase enzyme compared to competitor rhizobia.
  • Robust, early nodulation dispersed over the crown and lateral roots compared to competitive inoculants.

Delftia acidovorans

  • Stimulates intricacy of root system allowing for increased nodule formation.
  • Aggressively colonizes roots and out-competes other soil bacteria and fungi.
  • Solubilizes iron through siderophore production.
  • Makes more sulfur available to the plant.

Fixing more nitrogen

The greater amount of nitrogen that LALFIX® PROYIELD LIQUID SOYBEAN can fix compared to other inoculants on the market can be explained by:

  1. its capacity to produce an early and dense nodulation at roots level; and
  2. its ability to stimulate the production of ureides in the soybean plant. The concentration of ureides is directly linked to the activity of nitrogen fixation in the nodules.

What are Ureides?

Ureides act as important transporters helping fixed nitrogen exit the nodules and circulate through the soybean plant, from its roots to its above-ground tissues.

By nature, atmospheric nitrogen (N2) is unusable by the plant until it is converted into ammonium (NH4+) by the rhizobium housed in the nodules. Since plants are not adapted to transport ammonium (NH4+), plant root cells convert NH4+ to ureides and transport it to top tissues.

Key benefits

Bradyrhizobium elkanii

  • More N fixation through utilization of nitrogenase enzyme compared to competitor rhizobia.
  • Robust, early nodulation dispersed over the crown and lateral roots compared to competitive inoculants.

Delftia acidovorans

  • Stimulates intricacy of root system allowing for increased nodule formation.
  • Aggressively colonizes roots and out-competes other soil bacteria and fungi.
  • Solubilizes iron through siderophore production.
  • Makes more sulfur available to the plant.

Crop-specific benefits

Enhanced nodulation and nitrogen fixation for early vigor and higher soybean yields.

Ingredients

  • 1 x 1010 CFU/mL Bradyrhizobium elkanii
  • 2 x 107 CFU/mL Delftia acidovorans

Formats

1 x 400 unit case
45 cases per pallet One package to open (no mixing)
4 x 100 unit case
45 cases per pallet One package to open (no mixing)