"Live" Effective Micro-organism (EM)
EM Main Functions
Actinomyces Series Able to decompose protein into amino acid (NH3), and further break down into ammonia, CO2 and H2O. Leaving an alcohol-like secretion that helps to remove smell and to prevent damages done by insects/pests.
Factors Producing Bacteria Series Able to excrete hormone to stimulate growth.
Lactobacillus Series Lactobacillus synthesises sugar from the photosynthetic bacteria series and yeast group series to produce lactic, which has strong bactericidal characteristics. The latter also inhibits harmful bacteria from reproduction and decomposes organic matter rapidly. Tough lignin and cellulose could also be decomposed under the Lactobacillus Series.
Nitrifying Bacteria Series To change nitric acid into nitrate for plant absorption.
Nitrogen Fixing Series Able to convert nitrogen in the air into a form for plant absorption.
Phosphoric Acid Releasing Series Releases organic phosphorus and acts as a catalyst to form inorganic phosphoric for plant absorption.
Photosynthetic Bacteria Series A family of autotrophic microbes which are able to absorb light in the soil for energy, combining the excretion from the roots, organic matters to compose amino acid. The latter contains nucleic acid, nitride and sugar that supplement the crop with nutrients, and also the nutrients to the micro-organisms.
Yeast Group Series The yeast hormone excretion enhances the growth and cell division of the roots. It also benefits the reproduction of the micro-organisms.
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