Biological seed inoculant

COVERON is an innovative biostimulant for seed treatment and the first containing and combining different selected, patented and proprietary microbials (Glomus intraradices, Glomus mosseae, Trichoderma atroviride and PGPR). Its formula is specifically designed for application on different seeds of extensive crops. It introduces beneficial microorganisms in the root zone of plants in an efficient and cost effective way.

Seed coating ensures that the beneficial microorganisms are readily accessible to the root at the critical “early germination” stages, facilitating early, healthy and rapid development, and improvement of nutrient uptake and tolerance to abiotic stresses (salinity, drought, anomalous soil pH).

COVERON is safe for insects and does not contain GMOs.


Allowed In Organic Farming

The fertilizer can be used in organic farming pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 75/2010 and of EC Reg. 834/2007.


The product respects the environment during production.

No residues

It leaves no harmful residues on agricultural products and has no shortage times.


Organic matrix
100% vegetale
Mycorrhizae total
500 spore/grammo
Glomus intraradices
300 spore/grammo
Funneliformis mosseae
200 spore/grammo
Rhizosphere Bacteria
1 x 107 UFC/g
Trichoderma atroviride
3 x 108 UFC/g

Other Parameters


COVERON is a fertilizer allowed in organic farming according to EC REG. 834/2007. 

PACKAGE: 0,5 kg and 4 kg

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