Tierra Overseas is manufacturer and exporter of Azotobacter in India.

Azotobacter are nitrogen-fixing bacteria which fix molecular nitrogen present in the atmosphere; without creating any symbiotic relation with plants.


CFU : 1 x 109 per ml & 1 x 109 per gm

Formulation : Aqueous Solution (AS) & Wettable Powder (WP)

Mode of Action

Azotobacter consists of a range of enzymes required for nitrogen fixation (ferredoxin, hydrogenase and nitrogenase). Nitrogen fixation requires a large amount of energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate. As the process of Nitrogen fixation is highly sensitive, Azotobacter develops a defensive mechanism against oxygen which helps in reduction of oxygen in the cells.


Benefits of Azotobacter

•  Fixes atmospheric Nitrogen.
•  Increases soil fertility and stimulates plant growth.
•  Decreases the use of Urea (Chemical Fertilizer).
•  Reduces the cost of cultivation.
•  Used for Seed treatment, Seedling dipping, Sett treatment,  Soil Application and for Plantation crops.



Extremely safe to mammals, human beings, animals, natural parasites, predators, non target insects, fishes, birds, etc.


Recommended for : Millets, Oilseeds, Fruits & Vegetables, Coconut, Oil palm, Cotton, Chilly, Lime, Tea, Banana, Flowers, Spices, Contiments, Herbs, Perinnial trees.


Dosage : 2.5 kg per ha or 2 ltr per ha


Method of Use

Mix recommended quantity of the product with well decomposed farm yard manure or farm soil and broadcast during the last ploughing or sowing followed by irrigation.  An evening time is ideal for broadcasting this product.

In case of liquid formulation, shake the bottle well before use. Once a bottle is opened the entire content is to be used at once. This product should not be mixed with any antibacterial agent or any chemical fertilizer.


Storage : Store the bottles in a cool and dry place away from direct heat and sunlight.

Note : We can provide a consortium/mixture of various bacteria/fungi/micro organisms as per requirement.

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