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4.0 APPLICATION OF BIM IN PADDY PLANTING

BIM formulation can be adjusted according to the required use to produce various products such as fertilizers and biological pesticides and compost. The byproducts of BIM such as BIMOS (beneficial micro-organisms Indigenous Solution) is an active solution of BIM and Bokashi (Fermented Organic Matter) which has potential as inputs to increase yield.

Usage of BIM by the paddy cultivation is as follows:
  1. After Harvest
    The usage of Bokashi after harvest or during the first rover to accelerate the decomposition of straw and other organic materials in soil and increase nutrient content. Organic acids and bioactive substances produced by Lactic acid bacteria can break seed dormancy and stimulate germination of seeds. Weed seeds that germinate after the first hijacking of piracy can be controlled through the next. Green grass and plowed into the soil solution followed by spraying the active microorganisms, Lactic acid bacteria will ferment grass, then, problems resulting from the decay in the soil can be avoided. The grass will be turned into compost and to increase the productivity of land and plant growth (Harakawa & Higa, 1989).

  2. Treatment of Rice Seeds
    Use BIMOS during soaking seeds to promote germination of rice seeds as well as to prevent seed-borne diseases. Lactic acid bacteria capable of fermenting bran and promote seed germination.

  3. Seedling
    Spraying BIMOS, BPR (Bio-Pest repellent or pest warders / biological disease) and FPE (Fermented Plant Extracts or plant extracts fermented) two times a week on seedlings to prevent pest and diseases in nursery seedlings.

  4. Paddy Tree Growth and Care
    Bokashi sown during the hijacking of chemicals to improve the efficiency of nutrient uptake by roots. BIMOS and BPR sprayed twice a month to prevent the attack of pests and diseases.