Beneficial microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, yeats)

presents in Bioredworm - L:

Microorganisms;  refers to each living organism not visible to the human eye. Microorganisms can be members of almost all kingdoms of living organisms. Usually, when referring to microorganisms, one refers to bacteria, fungi, yeasts, etc. We should also mention that there are “harmful and beneficial” microorganisms; one causing disease in plants, whereas others protect plants against diseases. (Unfortunately, for decades, we have witnessed the uncontrolled usage of chemical and mineral fertilizers which have damaged a significant part of the microorganisms and organic matter in the soil). Microorganisms have significant share in the environmental protection within the agricultural biotechnology, and in particular in the processing of plant agricultural and domestic waste. Beneficial microorganisms present in the Bioredworm-L liquid organic-microbial worm fertilizers (1 ml/ above 100 billion) have significant share in (microflora and microfauna) the healthy plant growth and development, and play the biggest role in terms of plant feeding (unavailable nutrients in soil, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc. are dissolved in available forms).


Microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, and yeasts) in the Bioredworm - L (Liquid) organic-microbial worm (casting) fertilizer the benefits, effects, and functions thereof:

Azotobacteria – Perform fixation of the atmospheric nitrogen - makes it available for the plants (pH value of the soil should be between 7 and 8)

Rhizobium bacteria – (their function is to accumulate nitrogen in the soil) Rhizobium bacteria can also survive / reproduce in environments with significantly low oxygen percentage, Rhizobium bacteria per 1 hectare within a 1-year period synthetize about 200-300 kg of nitrogen on the soil.

Azospirillium – Free bacteria with nitrogen fixation function.
Bacteria of the Bacillus genus (aerobic sporogenic bacteria) – Make the unavailable potassium forms in the soil available for the plants.

Azotobacter and bacteria of the Bacillus genus – Synthesize organic acids and phosphates, as well as the phosphorus, making it available for the plants. 

Pseudomonas and Bacillus sporogenic bacteria – Part of nitrogen fixation (atmospheric nitrogen) and play the biggest role in ammonification and denitrification.
Bacteria of the Pseudomonas genus Convert the sulphur element, which is in organic form, into inorganic form and making it available for the plants.

Clostridium Sporulated bacteria (anaerobic sporogenic bacteria) – These sporogenic bacteria are resistant to extreme conditions (high temperatures, drought, radiation, and various chemicals).In extreme conditions, they help/enable survival of microorganisms.

Clostridium (spoprogenic bacteria), Streptomyces - (Play the most important role in the ammonification process) - They convert the molecular atmospheric nitrogen into an ammonium form, thus making it available form for the plants.

Nitrosomonas – Bacteria, convert nitrogen ammonia in soil into nitrites.

Nitrobacter –Oxidise soil nitrites into nitrates. (these bacteria also have a significant role in the nitrogen fixation process)

Fungi (Mycorrhiza) - These fungi live in the cortex (stem layer and roots) of plants, and assist their feeding.

Yeasts – Yeasts help the microbiological plant development processes, influence the soil structure. In addition, yeasts have a role regarding nutrients and soil mineralisation processes, and have significant potential regarding plant growth and high yields.

Actinomycetes – Several types of these organisms are termed as natural antibiotics, due to the synthetization of microbiological toxins metabolites.
Actinomycetes, their function in soil and eco-system:
✔ Have significant influence on the degradation of heavy plant and animal compounds.
✔ Formation of humus with conversion of various forms of plant tissues and plant leaves’ waste. 
✔ For maturation of green, composted fertilizers and manure.
✔ Soil regulation.


Bacteria's in Bioredworm - L which synthesize plant-hormones (Phytohormones) Gibberellin, Cytokinin, and Auxin:

Gibberellin :

✔ Rapid plant growth and development.
✔ Stimulates sprouting.
✔ Stimulates blooming.
✔ Faster fruit development.
✔ In seeds, it enables conversion of starch into glucose.
✔ Prevents falling of leaves.


Contributes to the healthy root system development (together with the plant hormone auxin).In addition, it enables the formation of Chloroplast which prevents yellowing and aging of leaves.
✔ Stimulates cellular division.
✔ Enables plant growth.
✔ Stimulates growth of leaves in plant buds.


Is of essential importance for the plant growth and development.


Acids present in Bioredworm-L:

Humic acid: 

Humic acid has chemical active properties in the degradation of indissoluble complex compounds in soil such as (metals, minerals, and organic residues).Therefore, it enables nutrients to be available for the plants.

✔ Increases the maximal availability of macro and micro elements such as (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, iron, zinc…) of the soil which the plants need.
✔ It helps, in particular, in the overcoming of iron deficiency in plants.
✔ Influences the cellular division process, thus accelerating the plant development and growth.
✔ Accelerates the root system development, which becomes stronger and richer.
✔ Regulates the pH value and soil salinity.
✔ Accelerates seed sprouting.
✔ Increases the survival capacity of plants.
✔ Humic acid, due to biochemical properties, enables the removal of toxic substances.
✔ Increases cellular energy.

Fulvic acid:

One of the most powerful organic electrolytes, which due to the many effects it produces on soil and plants is defined as “molecular wonder of nature”. We shall list few of them:

✔ Fulvic acid stimulates and balances cells, thus creating optimum plant growth.
✔ Increases yields
✔ Catalyses enzyme reactions.
✔ Increases activities of several enzymes, including the alkaline phosphatase and transaminase.
✔ Increases the protein metabolism.
✔ Provides positive effect (RNA and DNA) on plants.
✔ Performs denitrification of microbes.
✔ Performs detoxification of various polluters (pesticides, herbicides, etc.)


Bioredworm -L 100% Organic-Microbial Liquid Worm Fertilizer used as a foliar spray is beneficial and controls many fugal problems like black spot, black mildew and tomato blight .(Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Verticillium and Plectosporium as well as the suppression of many other plant diseases).

The laboratory analyses of Bioredworm-L have displayed microbicide activity on the following plant diseases:


 Fruit scabbing
 Alternaria sp.
 Botrytis sp.
 Ventilia pirina
 Verticillium sp.



Testing proves that there are microorganism properties in the Liquid Worm Fertilizer that act as an insect repellent for many insects such as aphids, white fly, spider mites, and other small bugs that eat plant juices. This is due to enzyme released in the Liquid Worm Fertilizer called "chitinase" which will dissolve chitin which is the exoskeleton of an insect.