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Beejamrutha- Increasing immunity and germination in seeds

Beejamrutha- Increasing immunity and germination in seeds

Beejamrutha is used for seed treatment. Seed treatment is very important, because during the germination many diseases make up their footprints. The seeds treated with Beejamrut are more resistant to the seeds, which increase their chances of germination.

 

Materials Required for Beejamrutha:

  • Water (20 litre for 100 kg seed)
  • Cow urine (250 ml for each litre of water)
  • Cow dung (250 grams for each litre of water)
  • Lime (2.5 g per litre of water)
  • Ensure a lot of soil from dykes, clay bundles, which do not have any stone

Preparation method :

Step 1:

Mix all the ingredients in a plastic or cement tank. Make sure there is no lump in cow’s dung. Use a wooden stick for the mixture. The rod should be rotated according to the clock direction in the mixture so that positive energy spreads in the mixture.

Step 2:

Cover the tank with a jute sack or poly net. As soon as the tank is in the shadow, it should be ensured that the tank is not directly exposed to sunlight or rain water.

Step 3:

The next morning the Beejamrut is ready, and can be used for seed treatment.

Preparation time:

12-24 hours

Storage:

Use it to disinfect the seeds within 48 hours. However it can be kept for 7 days.

Use:

1. For the 100 kg seed, use 20 litres of water to prepare the seed production.

2. Spread the seeds on the plastic on the ground. Sprinkle Beejamrut on those seeds. Mix the seeds properly and make sure that all seeds are covered with Beejamrut.

3. seeds like pulses (Arhar, Ush, Libiya etc.) should be take care of. Because they are very delicate, therefore they should not rub them. Use your hands properly to mix seeds.

Do not use this treatment for soybean and peanut seeds because they have very thin layers on their seeds, due to wetting the layer of seeds can be damaged. Sow these seeds in 10 percent Ghan Jeevamrut.

After seeding treatment, let the seeds dry and then sow them.

While transplanting nursery plants, immerse the root in the Beejamrut mixture and then implant them in the fields.

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW

 

Amrutpani/Amrut Pani-Elixir for dead soil

Amrutpani/Amrut Pani-Elixir for dead soil

The nectar is a late drink, which refreshes the deities, and has the power to revive the dead. Similarly, the Amrutpani activates the living soil, and turns the dead soil into living soil. This is a liquid manure. Like Panchagavya, the use of Amrutpani is also used to improve soil fertility.

Fresh cow’s dung contains nutrients not only for plants but also in the amount of millions of soil-friendly micro-organisms. When dung is fed well to micro-organisms, then they multiply, and when you feed these microorganisms to the soil, the soil is alive. Not only do they improve soil structure, but they begin to break the nutrients available in the soil in a form that can be easily taken by plants. The process of making Amrutapani is basically the process of increasing the number of life’s already available microbials in the fresh cow dung of Indian breed.

Materials Required for Amrutpani:

1. The fresh cow dung of Indian breed – 1 kg.

2. Cow urine of Indian breed – 1 liter.

3. Jiggery – 50 grams (sugarcane juice can be replaced with 2 glasses or raped six bananas)

4. Water – 10 liters.

Preparation method:

Phase 1:

1. Take a container of plastic or wood, add water and jaggery to it and mix it well.

2. Mix fresh cow dung and cow urine in the mixture, stirring the mixture with a wooden stick.

 

Phase 2:

Mix the water again in the mixture and stir it slowly in the same direction and bind the container’s face to the clothes.

Phase 3:

Amrutpani is ready for use in 4 days, mixed with wooden sticks 3 times a day.

Preparation time:

4 days.

Use:

1. Mix one liter of nectar-water with 10 liters of water and use it.

2. Use Amritpani to irrigate it every week.

3. The root treatment should be done 30 minutes before planting.

 

4. Dried leaves or dried sugarcane leaves are soaked in Amrutpani and used as mulch.

5. By giving water to plants using Amrutpani on a weekly basis, Amrutpani keeps the soil alive and enriches nutrients.

6. If the sprouting of nectar-water once in a week or 14 days, the infection of pests on plants can be reduced, as well as better use by the foiler-spray.

7. Before planting soak the seeds in nectar-water for 24 hours, after which use of seed yields better germination rate and stronger plants.

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW

Fly-ash-Improve physical and chemical properties of soil

Fly-ash-Improve physical and chemical properties of soil

Fly-ash powder is prepared in small deep film by burning of coal. Coal is ash (K, N, increasing Zn, Ca, Mg, Fe) yields of

Crops with high concentration of elements. It is also used as the soil, which improves the physical, chemical and biological properties of nutrients.

Under the aerobic agriculture, better crop is produced by the fly-ash in rice than the effect of seed pelting. The use of ash increases the growth of plants and nutrients. Along with this, the yield of carrots, cabbage, beans, potatoes, tomatoes also increases.

Benefit:-

(1.) The soil texture improves; (2.) Reduces the bulk density of the soil; (3.) Water retention capacity improves; (4.) Optimize the pH value; (5.) The buffering capacity of the soil increases; (6.) In maintaining soil, membrane and water (due to the dominance of round-shaped particles in fly-ash, reduces crust formation); (7.) Provides micro nutrients such as F, Zn, Cu, Mo, B; (8.) provides macro-nutrients such as K, P, Ca etc.; (9.) Reduces the consumption of clay amylients (fertilizer, lime); (10.) Fly-ash is also used as pesticide purposes; (11.) Dynamics in metal and availability in soil decreases

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW

Cow Urine as Bio-fertilizer-as an organic fungicide or insecticide.

Cow Urine as Bio-fertilizer-as an organic fungicide or insecticide.

Urine is used in various traditional organic composts and traditional fertilizer dishes such as panchagavya (milk, curd, ghee (cow less butter), dung and cow urine, when mixed panchagavya). Some experts suggested that it can be mixed with all types of soil and it can be used for spraying as an organic fungicide or insecticide. Cow urine is full of ammonical nitrogen, and many useful salts and minerals are also available in it.

After regular use of cow urine in crops, it has been found that soil microorganisms have also increased with crop production. Cow urine, natural fertilizer, soil texture and improvement in plant growth rate, as well as increase in agricultural production. The use of cow urine prevents disease from occurring by any insect. Cow urine works to accelerate the growth of the plant.

Agricultural experts suggest that you can use cow urine alone or mix it with some other ingredients to achieve good results.

Cow Urine

Use: It is used in various forms.

1. Cow urine as an antimicrobial agent

2. In the treatment of cow-urine wounds

3. Cow urine contains anti-cancer properties

4. Favorable effect of cow urine fertilizer on the quality of pasture

5. Cow-Urine-based disinfectant growth

6. Treatment of cow urine on Leishmania’s disease

Chemical composition of cow’s urine

1. Water – 95%

2. Urea – 2.5%

3. Mineral salt – 2.5%

4. Hormone enzymes

Chemical Constituents of healthy cow urine

1. Urine volume                        17-45ml/kg/day

2. Specific gravity                      025-1.045

3. pH                                           4-8.4

4. Total nitrogen                       45ml/kg/day

5. Urea nitrogen                       23-28ml/kg/day

6. Allantoin                               20-60ml/kg/day

7. Ammonia nitrogen               1-1.7ml/kg/day

8. Coproporphyrin                   5-14micogram/dl

9. Magnesium                          7mg/kg/day

10. Calcium                              1-1.4ml/kg/day

11. Chloride                             1mmol/kg/day

12.  Potassium                         08-0.15mmol/kg/day

13. Sodium                               2-1.1mmol/kg/day

14. Creatinine                          15-20mg/kg/day

16. Uric acid                             1-4mg/kg/day

17. Leucocyte                           <15micro It

18. Sulphate                             3-5mg/kg/day

19. Uroporphyrin                     5-7.0mg/dl

20. Glucose                                Nil

21. Haemoglobin                      Nil

22. Protein                                 Nil

Enzyme

Lactate- Dehydrogenase                21.780 unit | lt

Alkaline Phosphatase                     110.110 KA Unit

Acid Phosphates                              456.620 XA Unit

Amylase                                             90.236 Unit

Vit-C                                                   216.408 milligrams |lt

Vit-B1                                                 444.125 microgram|lt.

Vit-B2                                                 0.633 9 milligrams|lt

Protein                                               0.1037 gm|lt

Uric Acid                                            135.028 milligrams|lt

Creatinine                                          0.9970 g| lt

Lactate                                               3.7830 mmol | lt

Phenol                                               4.7580 milligrams |100 ml

Free volatile phenol                        0.7130 milligrams | 100 ml

Compound volatile phenol            1.3420 milligrams|100 ml

Aromatic hydroxy Acid                    2.7030 milligrams |100 ml

Calcium                                              5.735 mmol | lt

Phosphorus                                      0.4805 mmol | lt

Effects of cow-urine:

1. After analyzing soil, it is found that there is no dearth of micronutrients.

2. The color of leaves becomes green with the use of urea.

3. The favorable effects of cow urine are clearly visible in the next crop.

4. There is a change in soil texture by cow-soil.

5. For the development of the soil produces good environment in the soil.

6. After 10-12 days of spraying of cow urine on crops, it acts as a pesticide.

7. It helps in development of plants as promoters.

8. Farmers also get good profits in yield and income through cow urine.

9. Farmers have found that the production of chili has increased by 10%.

The cultivation of maize which was done in the wasteland has increased by 15%.

Summary:

After regular use of cow urine in wheat crop, farmers have found that soil microorganisms have increased with crop production. It also enhances soil texture and structure. It is not possible to use any insect diseases due to its use. Because cow urine provides assistance in the development of pond.

Poonam Singh

 

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh

Poonam Singh, M.Sc.(Bio-Chemistry), Content writer, Self Shiksha, Lcoatips, Candidviews, Quikpills and Former Research Director at NEEW

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