enfixa biological bacterial nitrogen fixer
enfixa can be applied using any normal sprayer. Use the coarsest jets you have, or dribble bars if available. It is important to get enfixa onto the soil. enfixa can be applied with a wide range of water rates; you can use as much as you want. 200L/ha is a sensible minimum, but 100L/ha is possible - talk to your agronomist first. In general, enfixa should not be tank mixed with any other spray, if you need to tank mix ask your agronomist or get in touch with us. There is no time required for enfixa to become rain-fast, you can spray in the rain if soil conditions allow. Spraying in very dry periods is not recommended - enfixa needs water to grow. Spray at the lowest pressure you can.

Speak to your agronomist about application rates; a typical full rate is 250ml/ha. Ideally enfixa should be applied twice per season (each time at half rate as a minimum, or optimally twice at full rate).

Feel free to get in touch with us with any questions.

Sprayer Hygiene - a clean sprayer is essential. Traces of previous pesticides can seriously affect the effectiveness of enfixa. Your sprayer, tank, lines and nozzles, must be thoroughly rinsed, cleaned with an effective tank and line cleaner, and rinsed through again. Failure to ensure a very clean sprayer can render enfixa ineffective. We recommend using All-Clear Extra*.

Quick Checklist

  1. Ensure your sprayer is clean
  2. Coarsest jets or dribble bars
  3. 200L/ha minimium
  4. Do not tank mix
  5. No waiting for rain-fastness, spray in rain
  6. Avoid spraying in dry periods
  7. Low pressures
  8. Ensure your sprayer is very clean
*All-Clear Extra is a trademark of DuPont