Bacillus licheniformis | 10 billion CFU/g

Bacillus licheniformis | 10 billion CFU/g

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What is Bacillus licheniformis?

Bacillus licheniformis is a naturally found, gram-positive species of bacteria within the soil. Bacillus licheniformis is commonly used as a bactericide and substantially impacts pathogenic fungi. While also secreting a large amount of chitinase to inhibit bacteriosis. In addition to being a bactericide, Bacillus licheniformis also improves plant growth, quality, and yield. 

The strong adaptability of Bacillus licheniformis allows it to rapidly colonize and propagate in the roots of crops to adjust the soil micro ecological balance. Bacillus licheniformis secretes a photostimulation hormone next to the rhizosphere of the crop, promoting root growth. While this happens, the root system exudates and provides nutrients for the development of the strain itself, which, in turn, effectively promotes the growth of the crop in a cyclical fashion. In addition, B. licheniformis also forms a biofilm layer on the root surface, protecting the roots from infection caused by pathogens. 

Appearance: Brown/yellow powder

Minimum Viable Count: 10 Billion CFU/g


  1. Keep in a cool, dry place under average temperature.
  2. Avoid sun exposure.
  3. Seal after each use.
  4. Use regularly after opening.

Shelf Life: Freshness guaranteed for 18 months in well-sealed condition and stored at or below 18 C / 64 F. Do not freeze.

Agricultural/feed grade.

Warning: This product is not intended for human consumption.