enfixa biological bacterial nitrogen fixer
Will enfixa work?
enfixa will work in the same conditions as artifical nitrogen fertilser. If conditions are warm enough for crop growth and the soil is moist enfixa will work. It is important to have a clean sprayer as some pesticides can affect enfixa, and it is important that you have healthy soil to support enfixa.
Is enfixa safe?
Yes. enfixa contains no bacteria which are pathogenic to humans, animals or plants, nor is it toxic to humans, animals or plants.
How much will enfixa save me?
That depends on many things, such as your soil type, the season and your crop. In general enfixa can save you between 25-50% of your nitrogen bill, but every farm is different.
Will my yields increase?
That depends on a few things; your crop nitrogen requirement, how much nitrogen you normally apply, and how much of that nitrogen is normally wasted (through leaching, for example). If you applied enough nitrogen to satisfy the full crop requirement after wastage, then no, you won't. If you do not add the full requirement, then yes you may. Typically farmers add near the full requirement, and suffer some waste, so potentially could see some yield increase. A more cost effective method to use enfixa is to cut nitrogen costs rather than chasing slightly higher yields.

What change will I see in the crop?
Typically after an application of artificial nitrogen fertiliser you will see a green flush in the crop, caused by a short period of rapid growth. This growth is very soft, lush and prone to disease. After applying enfixa there is no surge of soil nitrate, so no green flush. Instead you will see steady growth without lush growth surges.
How can such a small bottle produce so much nitrogen?
Because the nitrogen is fixed steadily all the time, day and night, enfixa can fix large quantities of nitrogen. Remember none of what enfixa makes is wasted, unlike artificial fertiliser.
Do I need to account for enfixa in my Total Applied Nitrogen?
No, there is no need to add it to your Total Applied Nitrogen. enfixa contains very little nitrogen, instead it takes it from the air.
How often should I apply enfixa?
You can apply enfixa as often as you like, ideally at least twice a season. We would recommend applying a half rate twice a season as a minimum, and full rate twice as an optimum. There is no maximum rate for enfixa.
Is enfixa GM?
No. enfixa contains no GM organisms.