October 30, 2016 - EMPB

EMPB is a type of microbial liquid that consist of a very powerful Photosynthetic Bacteria’s.

Photosynthetic Bacteria

Photosynthetic Bacteria’s obtain their energy from light and can be easily found in nature. Besides being non-toxic and harmless to environment, they synthesise useful substances from the secretions of roots, organic matter and/or harmful gases (e.g. hydrogen sulphide) by using sunlight and the heat of soil as sources of energy. They contribute to a better use of sunlight or, in other words, better photosynthesis. The metabolites developed by these micro-organisms are directly absorbed into plants. In addition, these bacteria increase the number of other bacteria and act as nitrogen binders.


In Agriculture it helps to increase the amount of photosynthetic bacteria in soil, promoting healthy plant, sweeter fruit and bushier flowers.

Dilute 1 litre of EMPB in 500 litre water and use in the agriculture irrigation system or by spraying over the crops leaves and soil. Apply it to crops once in every two weeks. Combination with EM1 or EMAS and EM Bokashi is more effective.

In Aquaculture, EMPB helps in water treatment and purification by decomposing the organic matter that cause water contamination and aquaculture problems. Combination with EM1 or EMAS is more effective.

Dilute 1 litre of EMPB in 1000 litre water and use it directly once in one or two weeks in the aquaculture systems. Combination with EM1 is more effective.

Difference between EMPB and EM1

Published : 30-Oct-2018

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