Esterified Conditioner and Repairing Agent for Salinity Affected Agricultural Soil of India

S. Chaudhary

Department of Environmental Science, Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Computer Education and Applied Sciences, MTB College Campus, Athwalines, Surat, Gujarat -395001, India.

Ratna Trivedi *

Department of Environmental Science, Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Computer Education and Applied Sciences, MTB College Campus, Athwalines, Surat, Gujarat -395001, India.

Jay Bergi

Department of Biotechnology, Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Computer Education and Applied Sciences, MTB College Campus, Athwalines, Surat, Gujarat -395001, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Various bio-conversion reactions given by lipases such as hydrolysis, transesterification, esterification, alcohoysis, acidolysis and aminolysis. The potential esterification process in soil plays important role not only as a fertilizer or nutrient but also act as a modulator to alter the conditions of soil and help in uptake of nutrient and minerals. This potential formulation accumulates micro-nutrients and mineral that promotes growth of plants. The trials of vegetable plants and grains shown significant increase in crop yield per hector area.  The bulk density and field capacity of the soil are also significantly change and act as soil conditioner also influence the growth of plants. The micronutrients uptake of plant helps optimize the soil pH and improve the soil conditions. The inventors of present invention tested formulation as plant growth promoters that enhance crop characteristics like panicle length, plant height, grain or fruit yield and add to nutrient value of the crop. Our product is fatty acid composite which play crucial role as plant growth promoter along with reducing seed germination time and increasing plant crop yield, it also beneficial to work under water stress conditions and variant geo-climatic conditions.

Keywords: Bio-conversion, fertilizer, soil conditioner, geo-climate condition, crop yield


How to Cite

Chaudhary, S., Trivedi , R., & Bergi , J. (2024). Esterified Conditioner and Repairing Agent for Salinity Affected Agricultural Soil of India. Asian Journal of Research in Crop Science, 9(2), 21–26. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajrcs/2024/v9i2263

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