Protein benefits for plants

Protein Hydrolysate

It is a fine, free flowing creamy white color, sprays dried powder containing Amino acids, short-chained Peptides derived from high quality biological sources like Soya bean & Casein by enzymatic hydrolysis. The overall hydrolysis is carried out under controlled conditions using highly active biological origin enzymes like Papain derived from the papaya tree (Carica papaya) & enzyme Pancreatin. The insoluble native proteins are converted into soluble proteins due to the active enzymes & thus the slurry obtained is separated in to soluble & insoluble fraction. The insoluble fraction is discarded as waste where as, the soluble fraction is further purified, strength adjusted, boiled & then Spray dried to convert the liquid in to powder. This power is called Nutribiofert or (Amino Acid mixture) Nutribiofert is a mixture of various essential as well as non-essential amino acids, & short-chained peptides required for the normal growth of plant & animals. Proteins (Amino Acid mixture) are the basic building blocks of living cells. Proteins are formed by sequence of amino acids. The amino acids are organic substances consisting of an asymmetric carbon to which are bounded an amino group (-NH2), a carboxylic group (-COOH) & two characteristics radicals of each amino acid (R & R") Although there are number of amino acids from the agricultural point of view alpha amino acids are of great interest. Plants synthesize amino acids from primary elements, carbon & oxygen obtained from atmosphere & hydrogen from water in the soil, forming carbon hydrates by means of photosynthesis and combining it with the nitrogen which plants obtain from soil thus producing amino acids. Plants absorb nitrogen through its roots in the form of nitrate small percentage in the form of ammonia which become nitrite & then ammonia. The ammonia reacts with biochemical cellular compounds giving rise to glutamic acid & aspartic acid. Amino acids which through transmission gives rise to the other amino acids. By means of activating enzymes specific to each amino acid the process of protein synthesis begins in the cellular protoplasm. The process of synthesis of amino acids from nitrate obtained from the soil requires a great amount of energy. If there is a deficiency of nitrogen in the soil due to poor nitrification or if the conditions of stress are present such as drought, frost, pest attack it makes the process difficult causing serious prejudicial effect on the yield. This can be allivated by applying Amino Acids directly to cells i.e. through foliar spraying. Nutribiofert (Amino Acid Mixture) in powder form used in number of agricultural formulation like Zyme, Biostim, Amino acid base Micronutrient Chelates & other plant growth promoter (PGR) formulations as a organic source of nitrogen


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