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  2. 2. All copy rights reserved All copy rights reserved Content of this Presentation is for informational purposes only and remains the property of the disclosing party. No information shall be copied, adopted or recasted without prior written approval of the disclosing party
  3. 3. Manufactured & Marketed by : Lanka Bio Fertilizers (Pvt) Limited 377/5, Welsiri Mawatha, Hokandara South, Hokandara, Sri Lanka. E mail: info@biofilm.lk Web: www.biofilm.lk All copy rights reserved
  4. 4. What is a Biofilm? Biofilms are an aggregate of bacteria & other microorganisms in which cells are surrounded within a self-produced matrix of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) that attach to each other and/or to a surface. All copy rights reserved All copy rights reserved
  5. 5. Microscopic view of Biofilms Bacterial cells attached to fungal mycelium All copy rights reserved
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  7. 7.  Is an environmentally friendly, 100% natural, chemical free fertilizer manufactured only with locally sourced ingredients within Sri Lanka.  Technology used in Biofilm T is a Patented Technology  Biofilm T is an innovation by Institute of Fundamental Studies(IFS) after 10 years of research  Tea Research Institute (TRI) has conducted field trails in collaboration with IFS for more than 8 years. The effectiveness of Biofilm-T has been proven across all tea growing regions in Sri Lanka  This product does not contain any human pathogenic micro-organisms and is free from Heavy metals such as Cd, As, Pb, Hg. All copy rights reserved
  8. 8. All copy rights reserved Why you need  Due to high usage of conventional chemical fertilizers and weedicides, soil condition has deteriorated to alarming levels and has become unsuitable for plantations  In some farm lands more than 70% of chemical fertilizer (i.e Urea) leaches to the ground and does not get absorbed to plants when applied  Scientists have established that microbial communities of the soil need to be enhanced to overcome this problem  Use of eco-friendly Biofilm-T will increase the microorganism activity in the soil and improve the quality of the soil  Continuous usage of Biofilm-T shall generate the lacking synergy between plants and microorganisms in the soil, thus leading to higher yields from plantations
  9. 9. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Distribution of Microbes in Tea Soil Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) NOTES CF  Chemical Fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm-T Dilution rate: 10-4 All copy rights reserved
  10. 10. Benefits of using • Reduces chemical fertilizer by 50% • Increased microbial diversity in the soil will improve natural pest & disease control • Increases CEC (Cation Exchange Capacity) in soil • Develops a nutrient pool in the soil (via Phosphorous solubalisation, Potassium chelating & Nitrogen fixation) • Promotes plant growth activity by producing growth hormones (i.e Indole acetic acid & Gibberellic acid) • Increased capability to retain water makes plants more drought resistant • Provides a high yield continuously throughout the year • Transforms poorly conditioned soil back to a live & microorganism rich soil All copy rights reserved
  11. 11. All copy rights reserved Tea Nurseries Mix 700g of T-65 in 100L of water in combination with 25ml of Biofilm-T. Apply the mixture to 2,500 plants of the age of 2-3 months. Above application should be carried out once a month for a period of 3 months. Thereafter, with the growth of plants, apply the normal dosage of T-65 (i.e 1.4kg) along with 25ml of Biofilm – T, once a month for a period of 3 months. Important  Once opened, contents of the bottle should be utilized within 24 hours  Shake well before each use  Store in a dry cool place. Keep away from direct sunlight How to use
  12. 12. All copy rights reserved Mature Tea Plants  For application, the soil should be moist  Apply exactly half the amount of recommended fertilizer to the area Biofilm-T is going to be used (i.e for 1 acre 75kg of recommended fertilizer)  Apply Biofilm-T on the same day or day after, as illustrated below How to use Important  Once opened, contents of the bottle should be utilized within 24 hours  Store in a dry cool place. Keep away from direct sunlight  For best results use Biofilm-T at every fertilizing cycle as above Shake well before each use When using a 16L spray tank, first clean of any residue and add 2 x bottle lids (50ml) of Biofilm-T and fill tank with water. Or mix 250ml bottle with 80L of water and add to spray tank. A 16L tank can cover 500 tea plants. Using the spray tank, spray to the root area, from plant to plant A 250ml bottle is sufficient for ½ acre of land
  13. 13. All copy rights reserved Nursery plant trials with T65  Chemical Fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm-T JULY 2012
  14. 14. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Drought resistance of young tea plants in Ratnapura 100% CF 50% CF + Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) March 2008 March 2008 All copy rights reserved
  15. 15. Fertilizer trials-TRI Uva Center 100% CF 50% CF + All copy rights reserved
  16. 16. All copy rights reserved Successfully utilized amongst Small Holders in Makandura, Matara JAN 2014 All copy rights reserved
  17. 17. Fertilizer trials-TRI 3055/Ratnapura 100% CF 50% CF + NOV 2013 NOV 2013 All copy rights reserved
  18. 18. All copy rights reserved Successfully utilized at Wilehena Estate - Akuressa NOV 2013 All copy rights reserved
  19. 19. All copy rights reserved Successfully utilized at Green Field Estate - Pitigala DEC 2013 All copy rights reserved
  20. 20. All copy rights reserved Successfully utilized at TRI Southern Centre DEC 2013 All copy rights reserved
  21. 21. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Phosphorous solubility in soil b b b a a a ab b b 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Ratnapura Elkaduwa Kottawa Available P (ppm) Rec. fert BFBF + 50% Rec.Fert 50% Rec.Fert. Biofilm-T significantly increased P availability in soil Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Notes Rec fert  Recommended fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm Biofertlizer/Biofilm -T All copy rights reserved
  22. 22. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Potassium levels in soil b b a a C C 0 40 80 120 160 200 Ratnapura Elkaduwa Kottawa Soil Exchangeable Potassium (ppm) Rec. fert BFBF + 50% Rec.Fert 50% Rec.Fert. Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Bioflm-T increased Potassium levels in the soil Notes Rec fert  Recommended fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm Biofertlizer/Biofilm -T All copy rights reserved
  23. 23. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Organic Carbon (%) in soil a a b 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 Ratnapura Elkaduwa Kottawa Soil Organic Carbon (%) Rec. fert BFBF + 50% Rec.Fert 50% Rec.Fert. Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Notes Rec fert  Recommended fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm Biofertlizer/Biofilm -T
  24. 24. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Net C accumulation in plant, soil, and C leached Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) All copy rights reserved
  25. 25. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Microbial biomass carbon (μg/g) and CEC 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Rec. fert BFBF + 50% Rec.Fert 50% Rec.Fert. CEC Ratnapura trial (milli eq./100g) 0 50 100 150 200 250 Ratnapura Kottawa Microbial Biomass Carbon MBC μg/g Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Notes Rec fert  Recommended fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm Biofertlizer/Biofilm -T All copy rights reserved
  26. 26. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Soil moisture status (%) & Transpiration rate (milimol cm-2s-1) 0 5 10 15 20 25 Ratnapura Elkaduwa Kottawa Transpiration rate b ab a a c c 0 4 8 12 16 20 Ratnapura Elkaduwa Kottawa Soil Moisture % Rec. fert BFBF + 50% Rec.Fert 50% Rec.Fert. Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Notes Rec fert  Recommended fertilizer BFBF  Biofilm Biofertlizer/Biofilm -T
  27. 27. Y%S,xld f;am¾fhaIKwdh;kh All copy rights reserved Effect of BFBFs on soil gas fluxes and carbon storage (Ratnapura soil) Data obtained through Tea Research Institute (TRI) Global Warming Potential All copy rights reserved
  28. 28. Passara Demonstration Trial Passara Demonstration Trial - 1st year yield (kg/ha) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 13.5.10 31.5.10 14.6.10 12.7.10 3.8.10 27.8.10 14.9.10 5.10.10 23.10.10 13.11.10 2.12.10 23.12.10 21.1.11 18.2.11 8.3.11 24.3.11 21.04.11 F3B+1/2VPUva Full VPUva Made Tea (kg/ha) Profit F3B + ½ VPUva 1841 Full VPUva 1674 167kgx300/= 50100/= All copy rights reserved
  29. 29. All copy rights reserved Made Tea (kg/ha) Profit F3B + ½ VPUM 3711 Full VPUM 3445 266kgx300/= 79800/= 0 50 100 150 200 Yield(kg/ha) Elkaduwe Demonstration Trial - 10 months tea yield F3B+1/2VPUM Full VPUM Elkaduwa Demonstration Trial All copy rights reserved
  30. 30. Demonstration Trial - Kottawa 1st year yield (kg/ha) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 22.4.10 12.5.10 26.5.10 8.6.10 22.6.10 6.7.10 20.7.10 3.8.10 17.8.10 8.9.10 27.9.10 20.10.10 16.11.10 10.12.10 28.12.10 12.1.11 2.2.11 10.3.11 30.3.11 F3B+1/2VPLC Full VPLC Made Tea (kg/ha) Profit F3B + ½ VPLC 4121 Full VPLC 3843 278kgx300/= 83400/= Kottawa Demonstration Trial All copy rights reserved
  31. 31. All copy rights reserved Cost of MRP of 250ml bottle Rs. 600 Sufficient for an area of 1/2 acre • Cheaper than using Chemical Fertilizer • Generates higher yields • Improves quality of tea
  32. 32. All copy rights reserved Min. Total Profit  From Fertiliser = Rs: 3760.00  From Yield = Rs: 69600.00  = Rs: 73360/ha
  33. 33. Report to confirm that is free from heavy metals and human pathogens All copy rights reserved
  34. 34. All copy rights reserved Biofilm Biofertilizer products under development for other crops • Rice • Maize • Coconut • Rubber • Big Onions • Vegetables
  35. 35. All copy rights reserved Successful trials conducted for Biofilm-M (Biofertilizer for Maize) Location:- Plenty foods Pty Ltd, Mahiyanganaya Biofilm-M + 50% CF 100% CF
  36. 36. Join us to create a Chemical –free, Eco Friendly future All copy rights reserved
  37. 37. All copy rights reserved All copy rights reserved Content of this Presentation is for informational purposes only and remains the property of the disclosing party. No information shall be copied, adopted or recasted without prior written approval of the disclosing party
  38. 38. The end Lanka Bio Fertilizers (Pvt) Limited All copy rights reserved

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