By creating an optimal environment for bacteria to reproduce, we are able to achieve a culture count of over 10 billion cfu/ml; whereas, many “ready to use” bacterial bio products may only have a count of 5 million cfu/ml with a limited variety of bacteria species.
Unlike competitors who focus primarily on basic bacillus and pseudomonas strains, AAG bio products have a much broader selection of genuses and species, with significantly greater capabilities and benefits.
Enhances soil bioactivity & nitrogen fixation
R. palustris can grow with or without oxygen, or it can use light, inorganic or organic compounds for energy. It can also acquire carbon from either carbon dioxide fixation or green plant-derived compounds. Finally, R. palustris is also capable of fixing nitrogen for growth. This metabolic versatility has raised interest in the research community.
R. palustris can deftly acquire and process various components from its environment, as necessitated by fluctuations in the levels of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and light.
R. palustris has genes that encode for proteins that make up light-harvesting complexes and photosynthetic reaction centres. LH complexes and photosynthetic reaction centers are typically found in photosynthetic organisms like green plants.
R. palustris also has genes that encode for the protein ruBisCO, an enzyme that is necessary for carbon dioxide fixation in plants and other photosynthetic organisms. The genome of CGA009 also reveals the existence of proteins involved in nitrogen fixation.
Enhances soil bioactivity &
provides plant growth hormones
Bacillus licheniformis has a high capacity of secretion of the alkaline serine protease and has made B. licheniformis one of the most important bacteria in industrial enzyme production. It tends to form spores in soil which makes it desirable to be used for the industrial purposes such as the production of enzymes, antibiotics, and small metabolites. It produces a variety of extracellular enzymes that are associated with the cycling of nutrients in nature.
The bacterium is well adapted to grow in alkaline conditions, so the protease it produces can withstand high pH levels.
Converts ammonia to nitrate & solubilizes phosphates
This microbe has been shown to be an ammonia-oxidizing soil bacterium and it is known to have a range of substrates that might be useful in bioremediation.
While not using photosynthesis for energy is not unique, "burning" ammonia with oxygen is. Both are characteristics of Nitrosomonas europaea. This microbe tolerates a pH of 6.0-9.0, the optimal conditions being slightly basic; has an aerobic metabolism.
The ability of nitrifying organisms to degrade some pollutants may make these organisms attractive for controlled bioremediation in nitrifying soils and waters.
Converts nitrite to nitrate & solubilizes phosphates
Nitrobacter winogradskyi play a key role in the nitrogen cycle by converting nitrite to nitrate. Nitrite is the end product of ammonium oxidation during the nitrification process of the nitrogen cycle. It can grow in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions with nitrate as its electron acceptor during anoxic conditions.
It uses nitrate as an electron acceptor producing nitrite, nitric oxide and nitrous oxide. When oxygen is present it oxidizes nitrite to nitrate.
Food for bacteria and soil conditioner
Bacillus subtilis, known also as the hay bacillus or grass bacillus is rod-shaped, and can form a tough, protective endospore, allowing it to tolerate extreme environmental conditions. It is one of the bacterial champions in secreted enzyme production and used on an industrial scale by biotechnology companies.
Due to its excellent fermentation properties, with high product yields (20 to 25 gram per litre) it is used to produce various enzymes, such as amylase and proteases.