Bacillus pumilus is a gram-positive, aerobic, spore-forming bacillus commonly found in soil.
Free of other bacterial and fungal contaminants. A certificate of analysis is provided with each shipment.
Color: Tan to Brown
It can improve feed efficiency and utilization. Furthermore, helps to increase immunity in fish.
Bacillus pumilus is widely identified as a pathogen of plants and humans. Importantly, it inhibits the growth of marine pathogens. It produces antimicrobial and antifungal compounds. Furthermore, it increases water quality by degrading complex compounds.
Gram-positive motile spore-forming rods; aerobic; growth at a wide pH range 5.5-8.5; high salt tolerance up to 3%; temperature range 10-50°C; will hydrolyze casein, gelatin, and starch and other substrates.
Product form: Spray dried powder
Purity: Free of other bacterial or fungal contaminants;
A certificate of analysis is provided with each shipment
Color: Tan to brown
Characteristics: Gram positive motile spore forming rods; aerobic; growth at a wide pH range 5.5-8.5; high salt tolerance up to 3%; temperature range 10-50°C; will hydrolyze casein, gelatin, and starch and other substrates
PH range: 4.5-8.5
Temperature range: 10-45°C (optimal near 37°)
Enzymes produced: Protease(Average), Xylanase(Strong), Amylase (Average), Pectinase(Average), Cellulase(Average), Lipase (Average), Phytase (Average), Uricase (Average), Nitrate reductase (Average), Urease (none).
pH range: 4.5 – 8.5
Direct-Fed Microbials, Aquaculture, Pet health/nutrition, Wastewater, Pond/Lake, Bio-cleaning, Agriculture, Lagoons.