About Rural Boss biofertiliser
What is Rural Boss and what makes Rural Boss work so well in achieving outstanding results on pasture, grains, tree crops in fact all agriculture and horticulture?
What is Rural Boss ?
Rural Boss is developed from specially selected, organically composted chicken manure blended to our specific requirements. The composted manure is put through our unique patented process of aerobic fermentation. Added to that process is a combination of microbial inputs and other ingredients that results in a highly refined, biologically active, high carbon and pH neutral liquid with a complete balance of macro and micro nutrients.
Rural Boss is a biofertiliser with a mix of microbial inputs developed over many years of research and although they are the companies ‘trade secret’.
These are some of the names of the beneficial bacteria, algae, fungi and other microbials found in Rural Boss:
Azotobacter vineladii, Bacillus cereus / thuringienis, Bacillus subtillis, Bradyrhizobium japonicum, Chaetomium globosum, Endo & Ecto Mycorrhiza, Fusarlam spp, Nematodes, Ochrobactrumanthropi, Protozoa – flagellates, amoebae, ciliates, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenesl, Pseudomonas putida, Pseudomonas stutzeri, Rhizobium leguminosarum, Sphingomonas paucimobillis, Streptomyces albidoflavus, Streptomyces celluosae, Trichoderma lignorum.
How does Rural Boss Work ?
Rural Boss helps build soil micro-flora and thereby, soil health. The importance of healthy soil and a complete balance of nutrients in an immediately available form has been well documented by many experts over the years and includes benefits such as those evidenced in independent trials run using Rural Boss by Dr Rogers of Applied Horticultural Research, including increased yield, improved soil health, greater resistance to pest and climatic variation, greater water efficiency etc.
Researchers have also found that the use of highly refined biofertilisers such as Rural Boss can reduce production costs by supplementing inorganic/chemical fertiliser use through promoting improved soil microbial populations, including free-living nitrogen fixing bacteria such as Azotobacter and improving nutrient uptake through better root development.