Package of Practice -Organic Farming,.

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Friends, today we will talk about another new technology in agriculture. Or in other words it is the technology which is needed in today’s time. Friends today we will talk about Zero budget natural farming.

Today we are going to tell you about Jeevamrit, Ghanjeevamrit. Waste Decomposer, Cow Urine, Ten Leaves Extract Insecticide, Dhoopvatti of Dung, Organic inter-cropping, and various organic crops. I hope you will keep your cooperation and affection by subscribing to this website and sharing this post.

Jeevamrit – This is sprayed on crops. Or put it in the irrigation water channel and spread in the entire farm. It is used 2-10 times or more in the crops. It is used according to the period of the crop. At a time 200 liters of Jeevamrit is used in one acre. It works as a fertilizer in the crop and decompose the organic substances present in the soil and Make its nutrients available to the crops. It remains in liquid form.

Ghanjeevamrit – It is also used as manure in the crop. It remains in solid form. It is used twice in the crop- Once 7 days before sowing of the crop, and second time 20 days after planting/sowing of crop. At one time, its 100 kilograms/acre quantity is used.

Waste Decomposer – Its solution is used for spraying or with irrigation water. It is used 2-10 times or more in crops. It is used according to the period of the crops.

It can be used alone or in alternate of Jeevamrit. Such as one time Waste Decomposer is sprayed and next jeevamrit is used and in next spray again waste decomposer is used, this cycle is followed. It is also used in rotting dung and crop residues etc. Its 200 liters solution is used in one acre at one time. Sometimes a mixture of half quantity of water and half quantity of waste decomposer is also used. Jeevamrit and West Decomposers are used every 15-20 days interval.

Ten Leaves Extract Organic Insecticide – It is made using 10 types of leaves. Through this, all kinds of insects are controlled in the crop. Its usage rate is 200-750 ml./pump accordingly. The quantity of use depends on crop duration and growth of the crop.

Cow urine – It is used in making Ghanjeevamrit and Jeevamrit. And the cow urine can be used alone too. It works as both insecticides and fertilizers.

Dung incense or Dung Dhoopvatti – Cow dung and urine are also used to make incense of worship.

Inter-cropping – This is the inter-cropping of wheat and pea. It has been inter-cropped organically. In this, wheat  has been sown on the  ridge and peas sown in between the ridge, Now pea has been harvested and sold. In this way farmers can earn good returns in less time by organic inter-cropping.

Organic Crops – These are Wheat, gram and potatoes which had grown in organic manner. In all these quality is very good. And the taste is also great in food. Sujata Wheat – Its yield is low. Because it is a grown in less number of irrigation. But this is sold in the market at a rate of 3500-5000 Rs./100 Kg. People grow Sujata and Banshi wheat in organic farming due to its high protein content.

Garlic cultivation – this has also been grown in organic way. In this field, almost 50% of the crop used to dry up, but nowvthe crop is very good by using the Jeevamrit. And the production will also be good. jeevamrit has been used with irrigation water.

Friends Click on this link to get information about how to make all these – Jeevamrit, Ghanjeevamrit. Waste Decomposer, Ten Leaves Extract Insecticide. I Hope that the farmer brothers will make  them all and will use them in their farms.

  1. Ghan Jeevamrit , Organic Insecticide and Othershttps://youtu.be/RRi-fo27nwo
  2. Jeevamrithttps://youtu.be/vNhKjD6PPME….
  3. Waste Decomposer –..https://youtu.be/umHRq6Jf7DM…
  4. Youtube Channel Linkhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8y4ihEQyARwqQMGbzR4ISA

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