RizNate Seed Treatment

Biological seed and seed trench inoculant specifically designed for soybeans and other legumes

What Is Riznate Seed Treatment?

RizNate seed treatment is a biological seed and seed trench inoculant specifically designed for legumes.  In addition to nodulating bacteria, Riznate’s formula includes free-living nitrogen fixing bacteria and several species of mycorrhizal fungi.  The fungi and bacteria create a symbiotic relationship between each other and between themselves and the plant and have been shown to enhance nutrient uptake, drought resistance, and protection from pathogenic invasion.

It has a population of over 1 million microorganisms in just one teaspoon of concentration. Riznate is an encapsulated biological inoculant formula containing free-living microorganisms essential for seed germination and early vigor. The BPI (Bio-Primed Inoculant) technology is powered by probiotic microbes and can be applied to various seeds, both untreated and pretreated, to provide improved seedling vigor and germination.

Success story

Learn How RizNate Seed Treatment Delivered a Huge R.O.I. To This Farm’s Soybean Yield

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RizNate Can Help Farmers

Increase Root Intake

Enhance Fertilizer Efficiency


Assist With Superior Yields

Are you getting a good return on your beans?

Are you looking to blow the lid off of your yield barriers this year? RizNate™, our microbial seed treatment,  maximizes the efficiency of your fertility program and delivers head-turning yield gains.  Partner RizNate™ with a micronutrient fertilizer to target big gains.

Treat Your Seeds Right

RizNate™ is a biological seed treatment developed to prime the seed, speeding up the germination and emergence timeline. This proprietary technology is powered by probiotic microbes that maximizes the genetics of a seed to ensure proper seedling vigor and uniform growth.

There isn’t a product on the market that contains the unique population of microorganisms that are in RizNate™.

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