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Apr. 9, 2021

Novozymes launched Cell Tech Max inoculant with 27 months stability in Brazil

By Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages


Novozymes BioAg announced the launch in Brazil of a new version of the Cell Tech Max inoculant (bacteria of the genus Bradyrhizobium japonicum). 


The updated product allows the application of 2ml in the fertilization of a kilo of seeds, increasing efficiency as compared to the traditional urea, for example, and has the stability of up to 27 months.


According to the manufacturer, Cell Tech Max “totally replaces nitrogen fertilization in soybean crops and guarantees high productivity at low cost.” Fertilizing soybeans with 900kg of traditional urea, for example, costs R$1,820 per hectare. The same amount of soybean fertilized with inoculant costs R$2.50 per hectare for the producer (R$1 is equivalent to US$0.18).


According to Márcio Miranda, Sales manager at Novozymes BioAg in Brazil, the liquid inoculant is formulated from the combination of strains of nitrogen-fixing bacteria, “The production takes place in the Brazilian plant of Novozymes BioAg in Quatro Barras (PR) according to criteria ISO 9001 and meeting strict international quality standards.”



“The production technology developed by Novozymes BioAg provides the greatest product stability found in the Brazilian market. Today, our products are the only ones that last 24 months. Due to our commitment to sustainability, we have worked to better ourselves, and the new product lasts 27 months,” he explained.


According to the manufacturer, Cell Tech Max ensures an adequate concentration of viable and efficient bacteria, increasing biological nitrogen fixation and improving yield levels. It also offers a more sustainable and quality harvest. Microorganisms fix the nitrogen that the crop needs without the need for fertilization, causing the plant to absorb more water and nutrients, generating less stress in periods of water crises, for example.


Miranda stated that the increase in productivity in the soybean crop is at least 8%, attested by research by the Brazilian public company of research Embrapa. “In addition to more profitability, the farmer can obtain a much more sustainable crop, since the use of inoculants inhibits pollution, residues in the soil and reduced inputs. It is a way of earning more, produced with less and also contributing to the environment. The environmental benefit calculated by using a thousand doses of Cell Tech Max is equivalent to six days of supplying drinking water to a person,” he said.


Cell Tech Max is formulated with bacteria of the genus Bradyrhizobium japonicum, recommended by official agencies in Brazil. The product is already available for use in the 2021/22 crop season, through authorized distributors or even through direct agents on the properties.


Source: AgroNews

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