The Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) is very effective for improving soil ventilation and for growing
and leafy vegetables.
The initial growth of the plant, when LAB is used during the vegetative growth period of
vegetables, higher quality plants will result, and may be kept for longer periods, in storage.
LAB increases the solubility of the fertilizer.
LAB can reduce damage from gas through neutralizing ammonia gas produced where the immature
LAB is conditionally anaerobic, so they can also survive with oxygen.
LAB is resistant to high temperatures.
LAB is strong sterilizer.
LAB is used to culture IMO-3.
LAB solubilizes phosphate in 100-200 ppm (parts per million) (100-200ml of LAB in 1000ml of
Using LAB in phosphate-accumulated soil will increase its capacity to absorb the insoluble form
phosphates and help overcome the saline disorder as a result of decomposition of the phosphates.
LAB has power to resistance to some fungi.