Central Botanical Garden

http://cbg.org.by/  
220012 Minsk, Surganova Str, 2A

New organo-mineral soils with high biological activity

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

IDENTIFIER

BO3730

PUBLISHED

2021-04-23

LAST UPDATE

2021-04-25

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Responsible
Liudmila Goncharova
office@cbg.org.by
Summary
The Central Botanical Garden offers consumers and distributors organo-mineral soils with high biological activity under a manufacturing or distribution agreement.
Description
Structured soils are completely ready for use with the optimal combination of components necessary for plant nutrition and development. Soils contain specially selected effective strains of bacteria Bacillus subtilis, which inhibit the reproduction of pathogens, and activate root formation. A special combination of high-moor peat with mineral components in soils contributes to the high survival rate of bacteria and the manifestation of their growth-stimulating activity, optimal assimilation of nutrients by the plant, improving the air and water exchange capacity of the soil, are characterized by low cost due to the use of local cheap raw materials and do not require disposal.
Advantages and Innovations
Organo-mineral bio-soils are original. They contribute to the protection of planting material from a wide range of phytopathogens and to the general improvement of the soil, since they include microorganisms-antagonists of pathogenic microflora. Their use makes it possible to increase the survival rate of clonally micropropagated regenerant plants up to 40% in non-sterile conditions of greenhouses and greenhouses.

Bacteria inoculated into the soil have growth-stimulating activity: they increase the biomass, the volume of the root system, the length of the shoots and the leaf area of ​​micro-seedlings and seedlings, stimulate seed germination and contribute to the formation of healthy and strong seedlings.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Comments regarding stage of development
TU BY 100029064.001-2013 "Glintorf-BFP", TU BY 100029064.002-2014 "Glintorf", TU BY 100029064.003-2015 "Organo-mineral bio-soils; experimental industrial regulations for the production of soils". An installation batch of the "Glintorf" substrate in the amount of 15 m3 was implemented for adaptation and growing of clonally micropropagated Heuchera plants.
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Trade marks
Comments regarding IPS status
Certificate for the trademark No. 49483 "Glintorf-BFP".
Sector group
Agrofood
BioChemTech
Environment

Organization information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1932
NACE keywords
A.01.24 - Growing of pome fruits and stone fruits
A.01.25 - Growing of other tree and bush fruits and nuts
A.01.30 - Plant propagation
M.72.11 - Research and experimental development on biotechnology
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The Central Botanical Garden of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus is the country's largest center for the conservation of biodiversity of living plants, a leading scientific institution in the field of introduction, acclimatization, physiology, molecular biology, biotechnology, biochemistry and plant ecology. Research and practical work in the field of plant introduction ensured the creation of a gene pool of decorative and economically useful introduced plants of more than 15 thousand names, which is the national heritage of the Republic of Belarus.
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Distribution services agreement
Manufacturing agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purchasing organo-mineral soils with high biological activity under a manufacturing agreement.

Distributors interested in purchasing organo-mineral soils with high biological activity under a distribution agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University

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